Light on the Cabildo
Morning light reflects off selected surfaces of the Cabildo of Buenos Aires. This historical building was the seat of power for the colonial government in Argentina beginning in 1608, and has been in ruins, been rebuilt, been demolished and rebuilt again multiple times since its first stones were laid. It now serves as a museum, and sits directly across the plaza from the Casa Rosada, where Eva Peron made speeches to the people of Argentina.
© Drew Harbaugh Photography
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