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Flying Gaucho – Photo of the Week

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Argentinian Guacho taming a horseThis week, Fayesta’s picture made it to photo of the week on Argentina’s Travel Guide. This photo captures an Argentinian gaucho (unsuccessfully) attempting to tame a horse at a local exhibition. Ouch. We especially like that the gaucho’s hat is still in the frame.

Puerto Madero City Sky – Photo of the Week

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photo-of-the-week.jpg This photo was taken by -hu90*, is part of our photoalbum and made ATG Photo of the week. It was taken in the Buenos Aires modern neighborhood of Puerto Madero, between of two new buildings of nice offices that face the canal and very pleasant restaurants and cafes on their ground floor. You should definitely take a walk through Puerto Madero if you are in BA, although you’ll probably wont be able to see it all by foot, be sure to walk on both sides of the canal.

Photo of the Week – Tango Desire

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Tango Desire Buenos Aires ArgentinaThis photo taken by potkettleblack portrays in B&W the passion and romance of the Argentine Tango. Tango Desire is part of our Flickr photo pool, which you can browse through in our photo album. If you want to submit a picture to our Photo of the Week, you can do it through the group. Thanks potkettleblack!

View From Cerro Catedral

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Cerro Catedral aerial viewThis photo was taken by Gonzalo Gutierrez while he was skiing in the Cerro Catedral in Bariloche. It’s almost like being in the top of the world, huh?. You can see more of the photos that we or our community upload at our Experince Argentina Flickr Group. Thanks a lot Gonzalo!

Launching Our “Photo of the Week” Feature

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Espejo lake in Villa La AngosturaWelcome to our new Photo of the Week feature! Every week we’ll be choosing one great picture from our Flickr photo group to share right here (so join and submit yours now!) This photo is el Lago Espejo (the Mirror Lake) in Villa La Angostura, down in the Lake District. That’s really what it looks like on a good day; no Photoshop here. This picture was taken by Cesar Gonzalez, our very own Code Monkey.