Photographer Jane Stockdale went to Brazil to watch the people watching the World Cup

Posted in Art, Photography, Sport
By Sam Bathe on 22 Jul 2014



After having her application to photograph the crowds at this summer’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow town down, photographer Jane Stockdale jumped on a plane to Brazil to shoot the audiences at the World Cup instead. From homes on the hillsides of the favelas to a packed Copacabana Beach, for 32 days, Brazil was more football-obsessed than ever, and delighted to have 32 other nations enjoying it with them. Check out the rest of the series online:








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