Oct. 11 and 21
So my photos are housed some on one computer and some on another (blame traveling and living in temporary homes for the past month and a half), so I'm working between two machines and against blog-crastination. Thus the disorganized and back-dated posts; completed and to ensue.
I took so many pictures and so much video when we went on evening walks to the tango gazebo, the glorieta in Barrancas de Belgrano. Much of it I haven't and won't post; I know it's redundant, but it fascinates me.
There was always a lot of tension in going there -- not just in the dance, but between Neil and I. He felt like going for walks was a waste of time. I could (and have, but that's another story) walked for days. He became bored of watching the tango dancers after 2.5 seconds. I could sit there all night, from beginning to end, every night.
Here's one of the videos, Oct. 21. The people are so amazing; a mix of ages and skill level, but mostly really good dancers. Just people who come to the glorieta after a long day to enjoy the atmosphere and the dance. They put their bags in the center for safekeeping.
And here's Nile watching the tango dancers a different night, Oct. 11. She really enjoyed the music and was mesmerized by the dance.