I didn’t have one of my 360° cameras with me when I visited the Centro Cívico de Bariloche. I really wished I had, because the architecture was incredible. Every angle was interesting and unique, and I would have loved to capture it all in a single image!
But there was a man blowing bubbles amidst the beautiful log-and-stone buildings designed by architect Ezequiel Bustillo. So, I followed his bubbles around like a crazy person trying to capture a feel of the place in its reflection on the soapy surface of this man’s work. It is not quite the same as what’s possible with a decent 360° camera, but it was fun. 🙂
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