At a comic-themed restaurant. Bogotá, Colombia.
Street art, Bogotá.
Tintin. Same restaurant.
Street art, Bogotá. The “sly” is the limit.
Monumento a los heroes. The monument to the heroes of independence. Bogotá.
Same. With a tag, not street art. 😦
That is street art. “Every drug, including television, has its risks.”
Batmobile. Same place, same time.
My in-laws’ family home in the interior of Colombia.
Traditional saddle of a long-defunct horse. Note the charging I-Phone inside the stirrup.
Absolutely no parking. Offenders will be towed.
“Año viejo”, Old year. As in many Latin American countries, a mannequin is prepared for New Year’s eve, stuffed with old papers. And powder in old times! That has been abandoned, for obvious burn hazards. At exactly midnight on the 31st of December, the “Año viejo” is carried to the street and set on fire to welcome the New Year.
That is not an “Año viejo” but one of my nieces at dusk by the pool, covering up against the mosquitoes. It is recommended to always prod the “Año viejo” several times before setting it on fire.
The neighbours’ “Año viejo”. We have to admit, albeit reluctantly, that they always put up quite a production… 😦
Happy New Year everybody!
(What? What? We are in May? So?)
Happy New Year, or what’s left of it. 🙂