Buenos Aires is the kind of city with hidden treasures on every street. We were walking down Calle Gaona in Caballito, both of us grumpy with hunger, when we happened to pass by Bellagamba. Stepping inside, we discovered one of the coolest bodegas we've yet seen in the city.
Walking through Palermo's charming Plaza Güemes, on the way to a lunch meeting, we couldn't help but take a peek inside the imposing Basilica Espíritu Santo.
The mare's name was "Kill Me Now". Without a doubt, this was the horse I would be betting on.
Location is one of the most important factors when picking a hotel, short-term vacation rental or, in this case, a hostel. If you can't make your mind up between Palermo or San Telmo, why not choose a place smack in the middle: the Microcentro? There, you'll find the V&H Hostel Club, right around the corner of the Teatro Colon and the Obelisk. Great public transportation options right around the corner make it easy to visit all of Buenos Aires' many sights.
Like all great metropolises, Buenos Aires has a thriving street art scene. We took a tour of some of the best graffiti the city has to offer.
Hello boys and girls, and welcome to Belgrano "R". Let's play a game! Everyone think of an "R"-word that describes this lovely neighborhood!
During a recent excursion into Palermo Hollywood, I began to feel faint. Taking a seat on the curb, I went through a mental checklist; I'd had plenty of water, a hearty breakfast and a good night of sleep. But something was off... and suddenly I realized. I hadn't eaten pizza in nearly 4 hours.
We confidently strode up the stairs of an impressive neoclassical building, convinced that it was the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. Passing between the massive gray Doric columns, a guard brusquely informed us that we were actually at the University's Law School. He shoved us off toward a nearby clump of dark red clay, which had been been molded into the form of a building.
Compared to a lot of photographers I know, I have it pretty easy. Visiting so many new places all the time means I never have to sit around, waiting for inspiration. When you're in a new location and everything is novel to your eyes, finding interesting things to photograph is a piece of cake!
I can count on exactly one finger the number of times I've stood before a flower sculpture and thought to myself, "Now that is really fucking cool".