Rafael L. Silva’s new self-portrait series has us REALLY into photography

Rafael L. Silva’s new self-portrait series has us REALLY into photography

Rafael L Silva shares self-portraits via Instagram storiesInstagram (@actuallyrafa)

We are SWEATING.

Best known for playing Carlos Reyes on 9-1-1: Lone Star, Rafael L. Silva surprised his social media fans over the weekend with a brand-new photo shoot of self-portraits.

The pictures seem to have all been taken by the actor himself. Judging by his surroundings, the actor was driving around and stopped to admire some nature and to take these photos… which we are very thankful for!

Initially, Silva shared most of these new self-portraits via Instagram story. The Brazilian actor then posted an abbreviated version of the photoshoot on his Instagram grid, writing (in Portuguese): “My favorite color is you.”

The actor, who’s turning 30 this summer, is reprising his role as Carlos in the upcoming fifth season of 9-1-1: Lone Star, thus continuing the fan-favorite Tarlos showmance with T.K. Strand (played by Ronen Rubinstein). But while we wait, let’s take some time to appreciate these beautifully shot and definitely steamy photos taken and shared by Silva.

Scroll through to check out Rafael L. Silva’s latest self-portrait photo shoot. You can find all seasons of 9-1-1: Lone Star streaming on Hulu.

Rafael L. Silva via Instagram stories

Instagram (@actuallyrafa)

Rafael L. Silva via Instagram stories

Instagram (@actuallyrafa)

Rafael L. Silva via Instagram stories

Instagram (@actuallyrafa)

Rafael L. Silva via Instagram stories

Instagram (@actuallyrafa)

Rafael L. Silva via Instagram stories

Instagram (@actuallyrafa)

Rafael L. Silva via Instagram stories

Instagram (@actuallyrafa)

Rafael L. Silva via Instagram stories

Instagram (@actuallyrafa)

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