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Friday, February 24, 2006

Summer Friday Night at the Carnival

What a great way to spend a weekend summer night as a child. The kids love to spray each other with a foamy spray. The teenage boys love to spray any passing female between the ages of 14 and 20. A lot of older guys do that, too.

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A Bit of Carnival, Pt. 1

Awhile ago I posted some pictures of a carnival celebration down the street. Here are some more. In two weekends we will be going away to one of the biggest carnivals in Argentina. I don't know what to expect, but I hope to have some great pictures.

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A Bit of Carnival Pt. 2

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Transvestite, Pt. 1

Last night, after I did a bit of serenading of Natalia, she told me I would make a good transvestite. I did not know quite how to take that. Anyway, it reminded me of the last time I wore a dress. All the girls were jealous of my hips. I was size four then...don't know what I would be now. Whatever the case...I dont think I could compete with this man/woman.

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Transvestite, Pt. 2

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A Spot of Reading

The Congress building in Buenos Aires is quite photogenic. In front of it there is a plaza with some statuary under construction, and then beyond that a park with a playground and several benches to sit and relax on.

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The Thinker (or, he looks like me when Im on the toilet)

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Kids At Play

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Blinded, Pt. 1

There are four of these statues along one side of the Congress building in B.A. Each of them has red paint sprayed across their face.

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Blinded, Pt. 2

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Congress, Shattered

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High Hopes for the Homeless

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Hunchback

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Bottle

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Inside the Tomb

Natalia and I took a trip to the Recoleta Cemetery a few weekends ago. It is one of the more well-known tourist spots in B.A. Many of the dead are military heroes and people important in the founding of the city.

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Statues, Pt. 1

The following are some of the statues that accompany the dead in Recoleta.

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Statues, Pt. 2

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Statues, Pt. 3

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Statues, Pt. 4

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Statues, Pt. 5

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Statues, Pt. 6

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Statues, Pt. 7

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Soldiers, Pt. 1

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Soldiers, Pt.2

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