By Joshua Rapp Learn, Contributing Reporter
BRAZIL - Hear reggae music resound off dilapidated, ancient buildings and ceramic roof tiles as Seventeenth century Baroque architecture rolls through the winding streets while elaborate staircases give São Luís an almost ghostly feel of faded glory and conquest.
In the height of the North Brazilian heat, during the stifling hours of siesta, the streets are ripe for photographing and exploration. The Baroque buildings sit in a humid, dead air that gives the town a uniquely phantasmal vibe. Armed with plenty of water and a camera, sit on a park bench in the . . .