Visitamos o Kiiro Sushi, em Boa Viagem e ficamos satisfeitíssimos com o serviço, o atendimento e o sushi! Lugar ideal para ir com os amigos e compartilhar de uma boa comida. -
Pedimos o Kiiro 21 (R$35) feito com 21 lâminas de atum, salmão e peixe branco marinado no molho de shoyu light e leve toque de sakê. Acompanha ainda um chips de batata doce super crocantes. Simplesmente delicioso! 😋
Além desse, provamos também um dos combinados do cardápio, o kiiro combinado de 20 peças (R$45) que é montado de acordo com as escolhas de sushi do cliente. As opções do cardápio são bastante variados, escolhemos o filadelfia de atum, shakemaki de salmão e joy joy.
Todos igualmente saborosos!
Endereço: Rua Padre Bernardino Pessoa, 374, Boa Viagem
Hey, it’s 👉🏻 @lowerylandscapes 👈🏻 (Justin Lowery) with this week’s #allfttakeover ! I’m a large format film fine art landscape photographer working primarily with 4x5” & 8x10”.
“Inferno in Monochrome”
I’m sure you’re familiar with the oft-photographed Antelope Canyon in Arizona. This isn't that. Slot canyons are a real photographic treasure trove to explore, but I like to find canyons where other photographers haven’t bothered to look. This image is from about halfway up a relatively unknown semi-technical slot in California where a rope is needed to ascend/descend a series of extremely tight shoots and passageways. I brought my Intrepid 4x5 camera up there, and carefully set it up in a very odd position with the tripod propped against the angled wall, and the camera suspended over a narrow ledge looking straight up.
Viewing this negative on the light table through my loupe was a terrific experience and revealed perfect gradations of tone and detailed, crisp textures throughout the image, which is razor sharp corner to corner. I exposed this image at ƒ/64 to obtain the absolute maximum depth of field possible using my 90mm lens.
This image is about the abstract beauty that is found in slot canyons, and my love for these bizarre and surreal desert places. It is about the powerful forces that shape these wild places and create such beauty from apparent chaos. I can’t get enough of walking and climbing my way through these majestic halls of stone, carved by the immense forces of water over time, in such incredibly desolate and dry places. The desert is a place that seems devoid of water, yet is almost entirely shaped by it’s movement and power. These things that are seen came into being out of those things which are normally unseen - powerful forces at work.
Schneider 90mm f/8
@ilfordphoto FP4+ 125
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Sometimes we get stuck in a moment. A moment that could be a minute, a minute that could be an hour, an hour that could be a day. It makes one wonder... lost in time? Or do we need to get lost on this beautiful breathtaking planet? Let's go 😜
I can't go to the desert and not unveil skin with desert atmosphere.
Desert is like ocean. Desert is like sky. Desert is like moonlight on mountains high.
Photo by my adventure queen @amillionlightyears
come check out this photo of an old abandoned truck in Big Bend State Park that i'll have on display this Saturday at #ArtWillSaveUs . stop by anytime between 9 pm and 3 am. we'll see how long i can make it....