Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Downward Views.

It's usually easy to spot a tourist in a city because they are always staring up at the buildings. I figured that if you want to fit in with the locals that you have to do the exact opposite of what a "Gringo" would do. So naturally I stared at the ground the whole time I was in South America. I think the results speak for themselves!
Chicken Puppet
A very cool lunch bag.

Old Leaves
Becoming part of the sidewalk.

Giant moth in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina. It was almost the size of my hand.

It's Art
I learned in Art school that if something says it's art, it must really be art.

Trash clogged gutter
This is how you recycle in Buenos Aires.

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