The world looks so much better from the sky, we had to make a video using our drone to really capture the beauty of Colombia. Using the DJI Phantom 3 (Amazon/BH) we were able to get a unique perspective of the country.
Bogotá One of Fabian’s favorite things to photograph is graffiti, and luckily, Bogotá has plenty of it. In fact, the city is covered in it. Because of all the great photos he took of the street art there, I had to dedicate an entire post to the subject. Since Bogotá officials have more of a … More The Street Art of Colombia
1. Street Art It’s obvious that one of our favorite things to do wherever we go is to find street art and murals. Due to the lenient restrictions of graffiti in Bogotá, the city is covered in it, making it our number one activity here. If you’re interested in seeing more of our photographs check … More 8 Things We Love in Bogotá
In our last post I mentioned Bogotá being the last stop on our trip… but I was wrong. We had also planned a trip to Pereira, the coffee-producing, mountainous area of the country; as well as Cocora Valley. I hadn’t realized how far these places were from Bogotá, but here’s a map to give you … More Coffee Country and Cocora Valley
From Barranquilla we made the two hour trek to the beach city of Santa Marta. Along the way we came across several small villages, all that were unfortunately covered in non-biodegradable trash. We had to stop for photos and some drone footage since we want to capture ALL of Colombia, not just the pleasant parts. … More A Horseback Ride, A Salt Mine Cathedral, and Everything In Between
The main reason the family came to Colombia is so that Katya could attend her cousin’s wedding in Barranquilla. The perfect opportunity for Bastien, her boyfriend (Fabian’s brother) to meet her ENTIRE family. It’s really sweet to see how intrigued he is by her culture; he craves the authentic street food and he even bought … More A Wedding in Barranquilla
I’ve always had a deep appreciation for architecture, from a historical context. This is probably why I fell in love with the Walled City of Cartagena. Colonial style buildings line the streets in vibrant shades of pink, blue, yellow, and orange; varnished with wooden balconies and topped with adobe tile work. The Old City is … More The Walled City of Cartagena