Buenos Aires has less of a hustle and bustle than most big cities. Instead, the city feels as if it chooses to take a step back and take its time. I like waking up with a city, getting up early and see how the city takes its first breath of the day. Commuters waiting in line for public transport, street vendors dragging their carts along the side-walk, runners in their neon clothes jetting through the park. On the other hand, Buenos Aires sleeps in, snoozing it's alarm, rolling over and pulling the sheets further up. One can easily walk around and see no action until 12 noon, when you see people emerging from their lairs - leaning against the door of their apartment and sipping on their long mate straw.
Shot on 35mm black and white film