From Rosario with love
A photo blog from Rosario, Argentina
Since January 2017 I live in Rosario, Argentina. This is what life looks like here.
Young couple taking a nap next to the Paraná river
The knife sharpener. A rare type of street vendor. Use pan flutes in plastic to announce their presence.
Signs of the German heritage in the supermarket.
Typical Argentinian bodegon
At the Burning Man of Argentina
Served at Bonavena, combining hipster with Peronism. Here a picture of Néstor Kirchner.
Every month people with low pensions will get a bag like this from the state. Contains basic food items such as milk powder, canned peaches and crème caramel.
Demonstration for the right to be topless. And against the current center-right government.
Found these instructive models at the provincial hospital
A rainy afternoon at the provincial hospital Centenario
At my office, Coworking Rosario
Clockwise from the top: Beef, brains in garlic and parsley, colon, chinchulín (guts) and sweetbread.
Now home to an insurance company