Randolph Street: Buenas Noches

December 19th, 2014

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Balcony–Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

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Lavadero

 

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Tire Shop

 

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Boedo Billards

 

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Gorriti Street

 

 

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Randolph Street: Parque Centenario

December 12th, 2014

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Parque Centenario–Buenos Aires

 

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Puppeteers

 

 

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Cobblestones

 

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Clown

 

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Drum Circle

 

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Randolph Street: Waiting

December 5th, 2014

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Tango–Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

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Red & Blue–La Boca Neighborhood

 

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Street–San Telmo

 

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Waitress–Recoleta

 

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Wall–La Boca

 

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Randolph Street: Buenos Aires

November 28th, 2014

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Iglesia del Piller

 

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Nightstreet

 

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La Boca

 

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Lobby

 

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Avenida Chiclana

 

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Randolph Street: Subway Argentina

November 21st, 2014

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Subway–Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

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Randolph Street: Mother’s March

November 14th, 2014

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These photos are from the Mother’s March–every Thursday at 3 pm they march around the Plaza de Mayo in protest and remembrance of the disappeared from the Dirty War in Argentina. Now they look more like the grandmothers they never were.  About 30,000 leftists and political dissidents were disappeared from 1973 to 1983 by the military and the police. Plaza de Mayo sits in front of the Pink House–Argentina’s White House.

 

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Randolph Street: Bookstore

November 7th, 2014

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El Ateneo Bookstore–Buenos Aries, Argentina

 

It was originally built as a theatre for live performance in 1919. By the late 20′s it had turned into movie house. In 2000 it was restored and converted into the El Ateneo bookstore complete with a cafe on the original stage. Quiet as a church.

 

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