I walked to the side of the ruins to avoid the huge group of middle-aged tourists strolling to the entrance of the church.
At this area, and to the back of the ruins, I was alone.
No matter how damaged they are, these sharp, edged red sandstone structures look photogenic from every angle. I had my own mini-photoshoot. No photobombers, no weird stares, just me and my trusty Gopro.
The sun was beaming strong in San Ignacio, a small town 56km northeast of Posadas, capital of Misiones Province. This unique town feels different from the rest of Argentina.