Photography Essay – Daily Life In Colombia

Marginal neighborhood where people use recycling as a way of living, Bogota, Colombia.

This photography essay was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer Joana Toro.

 

Images from project “Colombia On My Mind” by Joana Toro

 

A couple of homeless on the street, Bogota, Colombia.

A couple of homeless on the street, Bogota, Colombia.

Fire in the south of Bogota, Colombia.

Fire in the South of Bogota, Colombia.

Click on any image to see Joana’s gallery of projects.

A prostitute looking thru the window of her work place in the center of the city, Bogota Colombia,

A prostitute looking thru the window of her work place in the center of the city, Bogota Colombia,

Countryside bar, Boyaca, Colombia.

Countryside bar, Boyaca, Colombia.

Click on any image to see Joana’s gallery of projects.

Mother and son in their house that is also a pool hall, Monteria Cordova, Colombia.

Mother and son in their house that is also a pool hall, Monteria Cordova, Colombia.

My grandmother cooking in her home, Cundinamarca, Colombia.

My grandmother cooking in her home, Cundinamarca, Colombia.

Girls playing school activity, Bahia Solano,Choco, Colombia

Girls playing school activity, Bahia Solano,Choco, Colombia

Click on any image to see Joana’s gallery of projects.

Female boxer after training routine, in spite of the lack of support for female boxing in Colombia,

Female boxer after training routine, in spite of the lack of support for female boxing in Colombia,

Marginal neighborhood where people used recycling as a way of living, Bogota, Colombia.

Marginal neighborhood where people use recycling as a way of living, Bogota, Colombia.

 

See also:

Afro-Colombian Midwives

Emeralds

By Joana Toro

 


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