From Colombia and Bolivia to the home base, Brazil, we’ve been bringing you some exciting dispatches and vibrant photography from Carnaval celebrations across South America.
Who knew Carnaval was celebrated in Oruro, Bolivia?! Hal Amen’s spectacular photo essay gives us a glimpse into the colorful festivities in this Altiplano city.
In Brazilian Carnaval: Going Beyond Rio, Julie Schwietert dispatches from the cities of Recife and Olinda in Brazil, taking us on a photographic journey through their unique ways of celebrating this festival.
Still looking for more classic shots from Carnaval? Check out these coffee-table gems:
Carnaval – Photographed by Claudio Edinger
A collection of semi-risqué photos taken by photographer Claudio Edinger that captures the rawness of Brazilian Carnaval.
Carnaval! – Edited by Barbara Mauldin
Over 300 colorful photographs take you through various celebrations around the world. From New Orleans and Trinidad and Tobago to Basel, Switzerland and even rural Bulgaria.
Carnival In Rio mini: Samba, Samba, Samba
Accompanied by a CD of select Samba sounds from Rio, you can flip through this coffee table book while listening to music to instantly transport you there.