this modern classy gaucho look asks for a visit to the Argentinian pampa (or at least an alfresco argentinian asado)

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this modern classy gaucho look asks for a visit to the Argentinian pampa (or at least an alfresco argentinian asado)

Gaucho Saddle  Estancia el Ombu, San Antonio de Areco, Argentina. Image of the Day Wed Jan 27, 2010

Gaucho Saddle Estancia el Ombu, San Antonio de Areco, Argentina. Image of the Day Wed Jan 27, 2010

Argentina/// hey, isn't the Llama just real proud!!! see way hes standing there posing for photo, oh I reckon hes real cool dude :)

Argentina/// hey, isn't the Llama just real proud!!! see way hes standing there posing for photo, oh I reckon hes real cool dude :)

GAUCHOS   The Argentinian Pampas - rolling terrains of grasses, flowers and herbs - are the home of the Gauchos.   The nomadic and colourful horsemen and cowboys have wandered the prairies since as early as the 1700s, when the flatlands were overpopulated by wild Cimarron cattle, originally brought to South America by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Mendoza in 1538.

GAUCHOS The Argentinian Pampas - rolling terrains of grasses, flowers and herbs - are the home of the Gauchos. The nomadic and colourful horsemen and cowboys have wandered the prairies since as early as the 1700s, when the flatlands were overpopulated by wild Cimarron cattle, originally brought to South America by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Mendoza in 1538.

A gaucho displaying some fancy horse work on the high-altitude ranges of Salta province, Argentina. “The Indios cowboys had such great style,” says Menke of her 1998 visit. “Thick ponchos, wide-brimmed hats, and loose-fitting pants called bombachas. It had always been a dream of mine to shoot them.”

A gaucho displaying some fancy horse work on the high-altitude ranges of Salta province, Argentina. “The Indios cowboys had such great style,” says Menke of her 1998 visit. “Thick ponchos, wide-brimmed hats, and loose-fitting pants called bombachas. It had always been a dream of mine to shoot them.”


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GAUCHOS   The Argentinian Pampas - rolling terrains of grasses, flowers and herbs - are the home of the Gauchos.   The nomadic and colourful horsemen and cowboys have wandered the prairies since as early as the 1700s, when the flatlands were overpopulated by wild Cimarron cattle, originally brought to South America by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Mendoza in 1538.

GAUCHOS The Argentinian Pampas - rolling terrains of grasses, flowers and herbs - are the home of the Gauchos. The nomadic and colourful horsemen and cowboys have wandered the prairies since as early as the 1700s, when the flatlands were overpopulated by wild Cimarron cattle, originally brought to South America by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Mendoza in 1538.

GAUCHOS   The Argentinian Pampas - rolling terrains of grasses, flowers and herbs - are the home of the Gauchos.   The nomadic and colourful horsemen and cowboys have wandered the prairies since as early as the 1700s, when the flatlands were overpopulated by wild Cimarron cattle, originally brought to South America by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Mendoza in 1538.

GAUCHOS The Argentinian Pampas - rolling terrains of grasses, flowers and herbs - are the home of the Gauchos. The nomadic and colourful horsemen and cowboys have wandered the prairies since as early as the 1700s, when the flatlands were overpopulated by wild Cimarron cattle, originally brought to South America by the Spanish conquistador Pedro de Mendoza in 1538.

2011-03-05_160 Tacuarembó - Fiesta de la Patria Gaucha by mike.bulter, via Flickr

2011-03-05_160 Tacuarembó - Fiesta de la Patria Gaucha by mike.bulter, via Flickr

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