This is a shot from 37,000 feet down to the Valdez Peninsula, along Argentina's east coast. There is much wildlife here including the Southern Right Whale and many seals. I traveled overland on this peninsula in the 1990's.
These are the famous Argentinian Pampas, a large area of flat land well positioned latitudinaly for agriculture (read, cattle raising and beef)
The image of Eva Peron is everywhere in Buenos Aires. She is both revered and despised, depending on what part of the economy you belong to. She was a champion of those who otherwise had no voice in government or society. On this trip, I have been struck by how often this theme comes up everywhere we go. It is a story of the "haves" and the "have nots".
A view of the cathedral in Buenos Aires
This of course is where Pope Francis served before going to the Vatican
One of the European cities in South America
La Boca is a lively and colorful district here
More La Boca
Mural of the tango
Hats for sale in the flea market, called the American market here
We went to an estancia and we're give a show by the gauchos
My camera captured the only successful attempt by the most experienced gaucho