2016 / Editorial / Environmental


  • Photographer
    Bruno Fonseca
  • Agency / Studio

Tombwa is the coastal town further south of Angola . Was inhabited mainly by fishermen from Portugal , during the Portuguese occupation in Angola , which ended in 1974. After the departure of the last settlers who planted casuarinas to stop desert encroachment , nature has taken care of outside the city , having begun to swallow the first part of the town cemeteries .

Bruno Fonseca is a Portuguese Photojournalist born in 1972. He took his course in the Portuguese Institute of Photography (IPF) between 2005 and 2007, following his great passion and started to work as a freelancer. Living in Angola since 1995, as he returns after the diploma, he starts to collaborate with the Portuguese News Agency in Angola (LUSA), until 2011. Passionate traveller, his pictures capture the new, the surprise and respond to the senses: Look for the first time, Feel for the first time, love for the first time...