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Partying like it’s 1392

Many think of this past Wednesday as a change in season. For my friends in DC, this is the time of blossoming flowers and warmer days ahead. For my friends in Buenos Aires, it’s the beginning of colder months as … Continue reading

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Jack Sparrow in San Telmo

Hello, hello. Riazi Snaps is back from its impromptu hiatus and has missed you all dearly. These months apart have been a whirlwind. New job, (soon to be) new apartment, and memorable travels throughout Argentina. Rather than backtrack these past … Continue reading

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Carnival 2011: A parade of half-naked men and women

Earlier this month, I took a spontaneous bus ride to Gualeguaychú, a tiny city in Entre Rios known for Argentina’s annual Carnival celebrations. The parade was held in el Corsódromo with thousands of people watching in the stadium bleachers. Starting … Continue reading

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Graduating in style

I first thought this was a massive egg fight taken to the streets. The victims stood in the middle like helpless targets as those around launched all sorts of colorful goodies. This was the first picture I took in Buenos … Continue reading

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