Did you miss any Pics du Jour from the past week? If so, you can catch up with them all right here – four images from Bogota, a pair from Quito, and another taken about 35km east of Armenia, Colombia, where I arrived yesterday afternoon. Last week’s review is here.
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The daily pic project reached 523 consecutive days yesterday. I rock, don’t I? 🙂 Enjoy and as always feel free to share!
Sunday June 14 – Side Door, Iglesia de la Merced, Quito
In monochrome and black and white.
Monday June 15 – Mannequin Monday #55
The world’s finest example of a beard, mustache, eye brows and sideburns scribbled upon the face of a bald male pre-teen mannequin.
Tuesday June 16 – Afternoon Coffee Break, Bogota
Shadowplay at the corner of Calle 11 and Carrera 3, Candelaria.
Wednesday June 17 – ‘I’m a Beautiful Man’ – Homeless and Colombia’s False Positives
On one of the most sinister war crimes in Colombia’s horrific recent history.
Thursday June 18 – Bringing Dignity to Bogota’s Marginalized With ‘An Invisible Kiss’
“People often feel invisible in the city. We wanted to give a voice to ordinary people.”
Friday June 19 – West to Armenia
That’s Colombia’s 22nd largest city, not the country in the Caucasus.
Saturday June 20 – Guns and Hearts
Streetart by Bogota’s DJ Lu.
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