Cearà homes wild and untamed beaches, fishermen and local life. There’s no glamour. Only the real spirit of BrazilIn the collective imaginary, sea and beaches are mostly evoking white sand, crystal clear water and palms. I don’t deny being under a spell when thinking at the Maldives or the Caribbean islands, but I’m more and more fascinated by wild, untamed beaches where the landscape seems infinite.When I visited Cearà in Northern Brazil, I loved looking at the fishermen, working so hard, and admiring the colored wooden fishing boats quietly lying on the beach. In this region, the sea is first and foremost a symbol of life, the driver of the local simple economy. It’s a different way to experience the sea and the beaches, without glamour but full of humanity. More reading: A Wild Journey through Brazil 12 Responses dealchecker @dealchecker October 9th, 2012 WOW! This picture is absolutely amazing. Thanks for sharing it and making us slightly jealous lol Reply Andrew Murray September 2nd, 2010 Wow, that is an absolutely beautiful shot! Loving the old bicycle Reply waitinginthedark September 4th, 2010 Thank you Andrew. I couldn’t help to take a photo in such an inspiring place! Reply Juno August 5th, 2010 Wow beautiful! this is a white sand beach? Looks like it. I like the mild blue sky..:) Reply waitinginthedark August 6th, 2010 White sand, soft under feet (although burning hot! LOL)… Reply marco July 22nd, 2010 exactely the same peaceful feeling it’s very good at the end-of the day Reply Monica July 14th, 2010 Looking at this first thing in the morning makes me feel so peaceful even though it’s gloomy and pouring out my window. This is a great shot Simon. Reply waitinginthedark July 14th, 2010 Thank you Monica. Yes, it’s nice starting a day with something making us feel peaceful and ready to face the crazy rythms of our lives… Reply David @ Malaysia Asia July 7th, 2010 Beautiful shot. Beaches like this make my travel day and especially with good weather, it’s a bonus. Thanks for sharing Simon.David Reply waitinginthedark July 9th, 2010 Thanks David. I hope to be able soon to come and visit Malaysia and its beautiful beaches! Reply nothingprofound July 1st, 2010 I love these unpopulated beaches, untouristy, with a long history of men and women who have lived and died in the sight of the sea. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.Name* Email* Website × one = 7Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.