A corner shop in the small town of San Francisco de Tilcara in the Northwest province of San Salvador de Jujuy. The area is celebrated for its stunning views of the Andes Mountains and indigenous traditions such as basket weaving.
A woman walks with her baby along the main strip in Villa 20, one of the largest slum neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. The majority of the residents here are foreigners from neighboring countries, although there is also a sizable population of Northern Argentinians. Most residents do not receive municipal services such electricity, water or gas in their homes.
Watch this video to see the life of kids in Villa 20, Buenos Aires:
A pair of dogs hang out on their French-style balcony on Balcarce Street in Buenos Aires’ historic San Telmo district.