I am back from Buenos Aires, well, getting ready to go out again and trying to catch up with all the pending editing.
Anyhow, during the trip just decided to cross the pond and visit Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay, several companies are offering day trips, but the best bet is to take either the ferry (3 hours) or the faster hydrofoil boat (1 hour), I went the faster way and returned in the ferry.
The trip is great, too bad I was there just for the day, and not during the best hours to photograph, you get there almost noon and the return is before sunset, but this is really a fantastic place, just imagine, the oldest town in Uruguay, and named World Heritage Site by the Unesco. It was funded by Portugal in 1680 right across Buenos Aires in the bank of the Rio de la Plata river.
Here are some photos taken while walking the historic quarter, seems that I was inspired by antique lamps and rustique walls that day, nor that you’ll find much more other than that, cobblestone streets and charming tranquility all over.
My partners in crime for this lovely day were my beautiful sister Nadia, and my handsome father JC, and of course I needed to photograph them as well… sorry guys….
Lastly on the way back to Buenos Aires stepped out and photographed the ferry and this time yes!!! my favorite time of the day, twilight….
And this is all for now, more coming soon….