People of Santiago (Ciao Chile!)

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I was actually sad to leave Chile. I really enjoyed Valparaíso, and I felt very comfortable in Santiago. The city had everything I enjoy as a traveler: culture, art, parks, sights, pedestrian streets, interesting people and more.

I still have unanswered questions about Santiago. Why so many sex shops and strip bars? Why so many fortune tellers? Why do shops close so early compared to Argentina and Uruguay, even though evenings are nice and cooler? Why so much “junk food” when there are delicious fruits and veggies?

These are trivial questions but they kept my mind busy as I was wandering in the streets of Santiago, one last time. I decided to focus on candid shots and street photography… these are the “people of Santiago”, who made the city so alive and fun for me!

The Hair Stylist

The Hair Stylist

The Old Lady

The Old Lady

The Fortune Teller

The Kiosco Guys

The Fortune Teller

The Fortune Teller

Eating on a Bench

Eating on a Bench

The Fortune Teller

The Fortune Teller

Vendors by the Church

Vendors by the Church

Vendors by the Church

Vendors by the Church

Vendors by the Church

Vendors by the Church

The Artist

The Artist

The Two Friends Over Coffee

The Two Friends Over Coffee

The Veggies Vendor

The Veggies Vendor

The Veggies Vendors

The Veggies Vendors

The Believers

The Believers

The Protestants

The Protestants

The Protestants

The Protestants

The Protestants

The Protestants

The Chess Players

The Chess Players

The Bouncer

The Bouncer

Shoe-Shine Services

Shoe-Shine Services

At The Hotel

At The Hotel

Anarchy

Anarchy

Holy Spirit Curios

Holy Spirit Curios

Crazy Chicken

Crazy Chicken

Paseo Bulnes

Paseo Bulnes

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French woman in English Canada. World citizen, new mom, traveler, translator, writer and photographer. Looking for comrades to start a new revolution.

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