Any popular vote against peace is disappointing. Sunday's in Colombia, where voters rejected a peace plan four years in the making that would have ended the country's 52-year-old civil war, was especially disheartening.Read More...
Recyclers, Day Sleepers and The Woman in Red
There was no shortage of daysleepers in the central areas of Bogota.
Today's daily travel pic is of Venus Dormida, a 1994 sculpture by Fernando Botero which has pride of place in the…
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Standing out in Bogota's historical center.
A quick introduction to one of the Spanish master's first surrealist sculptures.
If I was asked to match a color to a city, hues of orange and yellow would meld nicely with my memory of Cartagena,…
Colombia is home to nearly six million internally displaced persons, second on the planet only to Syria.
This was snapped in Bogota through a window of a speeding taxi, so my apologies for the slightly fuzzy focus. I’m…
A taste of the renowned Baranquilla and Pasto carnivals in downtown Bogota.
On the fringes of a protest march route in downtown Bogota.
Loud message, small crowd.
It’s not every day that a fire breaks out on a mountain just as you click the shutter for a long exposure.
Every day is a photo walk.
An inspired gray day rant.
A brief introduction to one of Colombia’s pre-eminent portrait photographers of the second half of the 20th century
Reaching the heights of resourcefulness.
A hacked email reveals that the DEA has acquired a tool that will help it collect all internet traffic that passes…