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Santa Cruz Islet

Bolívar. Colombia

The islet of Santa Cruz is a small piece of land that grew in size due to human intervention. Ancient fishermen from the area settled there looking to evade the mosquito plague on other islands.


Holy Week in Santa Fe

Santa Fe (Colombia) 2012

Long ago, the Tonusco valley where Santa Fe de Antioquia is located, was the land of the Nutabe Indians, following the discovery of America and the overwhelming arrival of the Spanish settlers searching for gold, Santa Fe became a key place during the Spanish colony because of its mining importance.


Devil's carnival

Riosucio (Caldas) Colombia, January 2011

Riosucio is a tiny city in Colombia at the foot of a mountain. At its peak, people say, the devil lives. From there, he guards the hive of activity that happens in this small town every two years, when the carnival is celebrated in his honor.


Ayapel, la casa inundada.

Mojana, Colombia

The life, culture and history from the inhabitants of the area known as Colombian Mojana has been developed always in the water but 30 months ago, when the Cauca river bursts, their daily lives changes.


Teenage mothers in Colombia

Colombia, since 2011

Work in progress on the Millennium Development Goals (UN, 2010):

Objective 3: "Promote gender equality and women empowering."


A fragile Treasure, Amazon

Amazonas, August, 2010

Sunrise. Birds and reptiles of all species begin to sing. The river is lukewarm and the weather is hot. The Amazon, that never stops running, now comes to life with the arrival of the day.

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