Buenos Aires, by Noelia Diaco. Photo is not visible, used only for sharing on social networks.

Our neighborhood: in photos

April 23, 2012
As I mentioned in our Tigre post, I've been trying to improve my photography. I'm paying attention to color, lines and patterns, and mostly, just trying to take more photos. Here are some of my favorite shots from three different photo walks around our neighborhood.

Near Uriarte and SantamarĂ­a de Oro in Palermo Soho. 
I need to remember not to trust the LCD screen on my camera. The pink looked washed out on there, but looks much better on the computer screen.
Featured on our Photo A Day blog. BsAs is full of old cars. 
I like the colors and lines. On Thames, I think.
Typical Buenos Aires architecture. Near Salguero and Cabello.
There's a man blowing bubbles, but he's out of the frame. Plaza Italia.
I love taking photos of the street signs. I don't why. Godoy Cruz and Santa Fe.
Also featured on our Photo A Day blog. Avendida Int. Bullrich and Santa Fe.
I love the McDonalds arches with the ornate architecture in the background. I would have liked to have reshot this one and included a bit more in the frame, but I didn't want the wine glasses I was carrying to get broken.
The odd things you find on the street in BsAs. I was shooting with a real photographer (whose camera you can see). She found a better angle than I did. Near Armenia and El Salvador, I think.
I really liked the way the light was hitting this facade. I wasn't close enough to take a good shot though. Maybe I'll go back and try again.

- Steph


  1. Hey, I really like your photos! I like the one of the cars and of the metro bus station. The puppets remind me of ones we would see in Rajasthan.

  2. I love these! Gorgeous colors. I especially love the awnings. Nice work.


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