Nestled in the Puna Salteña, in the high Andes Mountains in Argentina, in the middle of one of the largest salt flats in the world, there is a peculiar volcanic formation that has been, and is still today, a place of ancestral ceremonies and myths: The Cono of Arita
A young couple faces an accident after their marriage. The young athlete, who lost his left arm, thanks to the love of his wife and his children, faces pain, fear and frustration. They experience Resilience every day.
Declared in 2008 as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in Mexico, the commemoration of the Day of the Dead has pre-Hispanic roots and celebrates the memory of the deceased with visits to cemeteries and colorful offerings: "Celebrate the life lived, instead of lamenting the death that "
A scenic journey that tells us about rural life in a ranch nestled in the wild landscapes of Patagonia Argentina.
The Jaqichasiña ritual, which in Aymara means the commitment of two people to the community or is also understood as 'becoming a person' within the thakhi (communal path) or a cycle of growth.
The drama of those who lack the most basic and necessary element for life and the right to health, and of those who show solidarity with them and act from their professional activity to help them.
The pain and abandonment in the final hours of a man sent to die at home, documented by his own son, between the frustration and resignation of the family that could only accompany and comfort him until his death.
On International Forest Fire Fighters Day we pay tribute to these heroes forged in the fight, motivated by their spirit of dedication and dedication to service.
May 4, 2022
“Now little snow falls, what are we going to do when the snowfall ends? Only a black mountain will remain."
3rd Prize of the Latinamerica Sony Professional Awards.
We present the winning essay of the First Prize in the prestigious international contest "Sony World Photography Awards" in its category "Latin America Professional Award", sponsored by "The World Photography Organization".
Throughout the years my profession allowed me to visit inhospitable and spectacular places in the Andes and Argentina, these landscapes being my greatest inspiration and incentive to enter the world of photography.
At the beginning of the Carnival festivities in the town of Uquía, in the Quebrada de Humahuaca, province of Jujuy, Argentina, a particular ceremony is held by the locals for 80 years and consecrated as one of the most traditional and popular from the country.