There is nothing better than a good picture and there is nothing that inspires me more in my photography than colour. I therefore had to visit to El Caminito in Buenos Aires when we went earlier this year. Tango originally emerged from La Boca’s conventillos, the colourful buildings in El Caminito. Even if it is the city’s poorest neighbourhood, this part radiates culture and passion. The reason the houses are painted in different colours is because the owners used leftover paint to colour them. The paint left from one jar wouldn’t be enough, hence the use of several colours for one building. Compared to the favelas in Rio, El Caminito is very safe during the day and you’ll find any tourists walking around here. The one and only Bar is very popular, not just because of its cold beers, but also free wifi.