Beto Ruiz Alonso - Headlines
Last month, the president of Argentina (where I live) passed a bill to expropriate YPF, the country’s biggest oil and gas company.
It was a media scandal and it’s been all over the news so I thought it would be perfect for this assignment. 
The move has been called a “theft” by the Wall Street Journal and has hurt diplomatic relations with Spain (the private company that had control over the YPF, Repsol, is Spanish.) It’s hard to explain in a few paragraphs the impact of this development in a country that’s effectively divided (President Kirchner won her second term with 54% of the vote) and it’s even harder to show it in a photograph but overall, I like the way it turned out.
I went to the luxurious barrio of Puerto Madero, where the YPF tower is located and took this picture. A stunning work of architecture; it projects anything but humility. The tower stands alone beneath a darkening sky. A storm is coming alright.

Beto Ruiz Alonso - Headlines

Last month, the president of Argentina (where I live) passed a bill to expropriate YPF, the country’s biggest oil and gas company.

It was a media scandal and it’s been all over the news so I thought it would be perfect for this assignment. 

The move has been called a “theft” by the Wall Street Journal and has hurt diplomatic relations with Spain (the private company that had control over the YPF, Repsol, is Spanish.) It’s hard to explain in a few paragraphs the impact of this development in a country that’s effectively divided (President Kirchner won her second term with 54% of the vote) and it’s even harder to show it in a photograph but overall, I like the way it turned out.

I went to the luxurious barrio of Puerto Madero, where the YPF tower is located and took this picture. A stunning work of architecture; it projects anything but humility. The tower stands alone beneath a darkening sky. A storm is coming alright.