Cow close-up – Suesca, Colombia.
Lonely cow – Salento, Colombia.
In La Boquilla, a fishing village north of Cartagena, a worker uses his donkey-pulled cart to shovel sand.
Reportedly the oldest church in the city, the Santo Domingo Church was built in 1552. Inside, during a Saturday night service, a woman fed milk to her child.
Located on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, Cartagena is known for its warmth and natural beauty.
The Castillo de San Feliipe de Barajas was the strongest fortress of the Spanish colonies. It included a long system of dark tunnels, which housed prisoners and may have lead to the sea.
Despite the lavish Boca Grande and the majestic old city, Cartagena suffers from a high rate of poverty. In the photo, a woman and her daughter spend the night outside a storefront.
Street vendors clutter the streets of the old city, wheeling carts filled with fruits and jewelry
“We’re happy,” one man said as he sat in front of his house. Displaced by paramilitary troops in 2007, he had settled in this shantytown and begun making leather shoes and sandals, which he sells for six to seven dollars at the Venezuelan border.
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