RAMONA’S BURGER IS THE NEW FIGHT CLUB Last year I headed north, on a road trip with my friends Ana, Magda and Pedro, to visit Porto, Santiago de Compostela and the northeastern territories of Trás-os-Montes. I could say the drenched road led us to a pit-stop in Aveiro, for the best hamburger a poor man’s wallet can buy at Ramona, but I would be lying. A few months before, I’ve been there with my friends João, Ana and Luís and we destroyed two burgers each. Ramona’s burger is the new Fight Club, hence the absence of photos!
my third photo set is up in Exposure.
As the winter weather surrendered, i went with my friends Ana and Leo to a second hand photography store near Santa Apolónia Railway Station, by the Tejo river, in the old-industrial-awesome eastern side of Lisbon. The store had brilliant Leica M3, M4 and M6 Rangefinders, with a good amount of Leica and non-Leica lenses, and lovey Rolleiflex TLRs - to name some cool cameras -, but I only purchased a beaten-as-hell leather hand strap for my Fuji X100S. After a good Pastel de Bacalhau (Codfish in Portuguese), we strolled down to the train station and took a few shots.Santa Apolónia is Lisbon’s connection to the Northern Line and International Service, since 1865.
my second photo set is up in Exposure.