It's one of those cities that just grabs a hold of you and doesn't let you go. From the streets of Recoleta to the hip and happening Palermo, Buenos Aires is a city filled with hidden gems waiting to be discovered.
This lively city was my home away from home for two amazing months where I attempted to learn Spanish, wandered the city in search for the best cup of coffee, and mingled with new friends over a cup of mate.
Prior to this trip, I had zero experience with street photography. I was fortunate to connect with a fellow Canadian and Photographer Amelia McGoldrick, now a resident of BA, who shared some of her best street photography practices. Equipped with my Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Lens and a few pointers, I went click happy "trying" to capture the vibrance of the city.
Below are some of my personal favorite shots - a special thanks to Carmel who was a willing and patient model in most of the photos :)
Thank you Buenos Aires and to all the amazing people that made this a memorable trip (Dan "Frenchie", Vicki, Carmel, Luca, Marisol, and Alex).
Next travelogues Mendoza, Valparaiso, Santiago, Patagonia and Torres the del Paine.
*Icon of Argentina top photo credited to Ted Grajeda from the Noun Project