One of the oddest things I noticed when traveling to Argentina, specifically at Buenos Aires, the capital city of the country, was the absolute respect for pedestrian crossings. This may sound silly and obvious to many people, but honestly, I live in a country with a different pedestrian culture. Watching people actually using them, and cars respecting them was something that blew my mind away. Cultural clashes can come in various forms. Traveling is desired by many photographers because they have the idea that by doing this, they'll capture magnificent things. It is true, but if we keep a high level of visual sensitivity, we can surprise ourselves even with the smallest things. Capturing ordinary happenings with true fascination inside any culture is easy for a foreign person indeed.
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