Littering — it’s a Buenos Aires tradition. On the last work day of the year employees downtown toss the pages of the previous year’s agenda out their office windows, so that the pages fall like summer snowflakes onto the streets. Buenos Aires’ downtown streets are covered with agenda pages of the previous year. […]
A statue of the crucifixion of Jesus in the colorful town of Purmamarca, Jujuy. Located along the polychromatic Cerro de los Siete Colores (Seven-Colored Hill), Purmamarca was conquered by the Spanish in 1594 and is home to one of Argentina’s oldest churches, dating to 1648. The pueblo still lives up to it’s pre-Hispanic name, which […]
The hills around Lake Nahuel Huapi in Bariloche explode with the vibrant colors of wildflowers late into the season.
Corinne, one of Yavi’s friendliest residents has a face that reveals the many stories of her life. Yavi is an enchanting pueblo near the Bolivian border in the Northwest Argentine province of Jujuy.
A wide angle view of Buenos Aires’ most prominent monument, El Obelisco and its most famous thoroughfare, 9 de Julio, a nine lane, 140 meter wide avenue which Argentines claim is the widest avenue in the world, although that is debatable.