“Puente de la Mujer”

One of my favorite sites in the heart of Buenos Aires, I’ve never actually seen Puente de la Mujer (“Womans Bridge”) lit up at night until this trip.  A short distance to the north lies Rio de la Plata and La Reserva Ecológica Costanera Sur (“South Coast Ecological Reserve), where I spent the majority of the day this past Sunday.  Yes, more photographs of “bichos Argentinos” forthcoming.

Copyright © Ted C. MacRae 2011

About Ted C. MacRae

Ted C. MacRae is a research entomologist by vocation and beetle taxonomist by avocation. Areas of expertise in the latter include worldwide jewel beetles (Buprestidae) and North American longhorned beetles (Cerambycidae). More recent work has focused on North American tiger beetles (Cicindelidae) and their distribution, ecology, and conservation.
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4 Responses to “Puente de la Mujer”

  1. James C. Trager says:

    Funny, looking at the bridge with its pointy projection while reading your title in peripheral vision, I read it as “punto de la mujer”.
    I wonder if that says something about me, other than being indicative of my familiarity with Spanish?

  2. Thank you very much for your comment to my blog..By the way, your photos are very amazing, i hope I can learn from you about blogging, because I’m a beginner blogger. Have a nice day, Nice to meet you

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