My photos are like children in the sense that I can't help bragging about them from time to time; when they've done me proud, I just want to tell the whole world about it. Two of my photographic progeny have found interesting homes on the Internets over the past couple of weeks, and I'm just tickled pink.
First, I urge you to go clickety-click over to the piping-hot "Local Flavor" showcase on Pictory that highlights a tantalizing array of food photos from around the world, including my snap of a community asado held here in Necochea (photo #29).
I'd also like to recommend the "Overseas and Overwhelmed" showcase, which features an excellent photo essay pertaining to culture shock.
I guarantee you'll lose yourself in the rich photographs and storytelling over at Pictory. If you've got a photo and a story to tell, consider making a submission to the site for an upcoming showcase!
Another one of my photos recently took up residence on the blog of my favorite photo sharing site Flickr. An interior shot of El Ateneo Grand Splendid bookstore in Buenos Aires was featured on the Flickr blog entry "Lost in the Shelves." Scroll down a bit when you visit the page, and you'll see my photo on the left in the grouping of three.
Do you have a photographic triumph you'd like to brag about? Tell me about it in the comments. I like to dote on other people's children too.