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Buenos Aires, Argentina

4 Apr

photograph by benjamin guez of feet on sidewalk

Love the lighting! :)

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

4 Mar

Artist: Mauricio Schvarzman

Title: “Vitruvio”

Buenos Aires – Agentina

art piece by mauricio-schvarzman

Nice work! :)

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Iguazu Falls, Argentina

24 Oct
The  image is my foot in Iguazu falls, Argentina. There were so many butterflies around the falls, they would just come and sit on your hand or foot and stay there for minutes at a time. Was beautiful! 
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Fun shot!
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Argentina

12 Oct

ARGENTINA Practical Basic Essentials – TTP Travel Guideshttp://traveltipsandpictures.wordpress.com/2013/10/10/argentina-practical-basic-essentials-ttp-travel-guide/

feet,toes,pool,water,bikinis,relaxing,Argentina

Nice shot, good place to just hand out and be! :)

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

19 Sep

toemail, toes, feet, photography, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Nice photo!

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Rosario, Argentina

20 Jun

toemail, toes, feet, photography, Rosario, Argentina

Beautiful picture!

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Iguacu, Argentina

8 Jun

The picture was taken near Iguacu, but obviously on the Argentinian side. It’s at the river bank where the 3 countries meet. happy blogging!

feet,toes,Brasil,Paraguay,Iguacu, Argentina

You guys look pretty happy, well, what an interesting place to be! :)

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

4 Jun

feet,toes,tango,streets,Buenos Aires, Argentina

Wonderful shot, they have such great focus and energy! :)

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

15 May

JUST AN ILLUSION # 142

Elephantiasis of… – By Gerardo Feldstein

Sources:

Gerardo Feldstein

ignant.de

toemail, toes, feet, photography, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Excellent!

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La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina

23 Mar

When you see photos of Buenos Aires, it’s doubtful that you haven’t seen the colorful neighborhood of La Boca. The bright old buildings,shabby restaurants and run down homes that a handful of Portenos still live in today. We toured around La Boca on a Friday evening, and the majority of restaurants and shops were closed, so I suggest to go earlier in the day. The art murals are incredible and ignite that nostalgic feeling of the good ol’ Tango days when Buenos Aires was on fire. La Boca is a must see in Buenos Aires, you can tell why by the photos!

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feet,toes,art,woman,La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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feet,toes,statue,yellow,La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina

What a remarkable neighborhood! And we love the doggies behind the gate! :)

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Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina

15 Mar

A week after leaving the states I have arrived at my final destination, la residencia de Krause in Córdoba, Argentina. Over the past week, six fellow international students, two ISA staff member, and I have been touring two of Argentina’s most popular cities; Buenos Aires and Rosario.

Buenos Aires is, in a word, alive. It is the 17th largest city in the world, and it shows. This bustling port city has a very rich, proud history. We had the pleasure of visiting some of its most popular points of interest including the Plaza de Mayo, 9 de Julio Avenue, the Obelisk, La Boca, and el Museo de Evita. Eva Perón, the wife of Juan Perón, also better known as Evita, was a celebrated activist for women’s suffrage, the Argentine labor unions, and the Peronist party in the late 1940’s.  This exhibit portrays and narrates how dearly Evita is held in the hearts of so many Argentines, following her life from her impoverished youth, to her short radio personality career, and finally to her marriage to Juan, future president of Argentina. The Argentina Congress declared Evita the spiritual leader of the Nation of Argentina after her death in 1952.

In Rosario, we got to see the National Flag Memorial, the Basilica Cathedral, the Cemetario El Salvador, and of course the Paraná River, which is a major port for transportation of goods traveling south toward Buenos Aires.

Finally, getting to Córdoba was an adventure of its own. In the heat of the day, we rolled our luggage into the bus station in Rosario and boarded the double decker bus for a six-hour drive. Leaving the concrete and entering an expanse of fields growing corn, soybeans, and wheat with farm houses situated so quaintly in the middle reminds me so much of my own roots that for a moment I forget how many miles stand between the two landscapes. At the Córdoba bus station our host families met us right off of the buses. The Krause family was very kind to help Meghan, a fellow ISA student who is staying in the same home stay, and I with our luggage. I feel very fortunate to have such a friendly and helpful host family. I couldn’t ask for more.

In all, it has been an incredible week and it’s only going to get better from here. I know that I am going to have so many amazing experiences and I can’t wait to share them! ¡Chau!

feet,toes,group,ladies,Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina

Off to a great start, fantastic!

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

21 Feb

Hola!!

 Yesterday you stumbled upon my blog.  It must of been fate!
I say that because YESTERDAY was my one year anniversary of breaking my ankle, my first broken bone.
It happened while exiting a bus here in Buenos Aires on my way to a catering event.  Everyone was like ‘oh it’s fine, it’s fine.  probably just a sprain if that.’.  I HEARD A CRACK, PEOPLE.
The next day (after cooking on 1 foot, hard worker yes!) at the emergency room they confirmed it was broke and I was given a massive cast up to my knee for 3 months.
This picture is the day I got the cast off, and my leg hair was so embarrassingly long that I bought a pair of hot pink leg warmers on the way home from the hospital.  I’ll never forget the look of my boyfriends face while the doctor sawed off my cast and spotted my man hair leg.  My reaction was OMG, whose leg is that?!  Horror.  Complete horror.
Thank god I brought those leg warmers with me!
toemail, toes, feet, photography, Buenos Aires, Argentina
lol, Great story, too bad we don’t have the picture of the look on his face! :)
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Mar del Plata, Argentina

18 Feb

feet,toes,rock,Mar del Plata, Argentinae

“search for god as long as he can be found”

You just never know what you might stumble on, nice shot!

San Martín de los Andes, Neuquén, Argentina

4 Feb

toemail, toes, feet, photography, San Martin de los Andes, Neuquen, Argentina

Beautiful spot, nice shot!

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

2 Feb

After catching the ferry across from Colonia in Uruguay, I spent just over a week in Buenos Aires, chilling out with good crew and attending some cracking events. These included La Bomba del Tiempo, the very loose Club 69 and by chance, Día Internacional de los Derechos Humanos y de la Democracia (International Day of Human Rights and Democracy), which we stumbled across after visiting the San Telmo markets. Picture plenty of flags, drums and traditional dancing.

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Beautiful!

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