Bogota: What It’s Like (For Me)
In October, I was caught in a downpour during which my camera got wet – and the automatic lens cover won’t open all the way, ever since. Hence the dark shadow in the corner of many of my photos.
Our kitchen, and the two inexplicably side-by-side bathrooms
Whimsical cat planter
Small town outside Bogota
One of my favorite things about our life here: the playground 1/2 block away:
View from our bedroom window – the trees there are on the National University grounds.
Christmas candles in our fireplace:
Christmas lights seen from a friend’s apartment window:
View of the city from Monterrate, an historic church on a mountainside.
Detail of the building our office is in:
Graffiti on the street our office is on (in the far distance, beyond the banana stalk, it says “Mas Paz” – More Peace.)
Where I catch the bus to go home:
Oz’s Christmas present (the rugs and cars):
Check out Bloodsigns for more What It’s Like Here posts…
… or here and here for the ones I did in Tirana.