One of the things I’ve noticed in Bogota is the plethora of street art. I was expecting it to be more of a country-wide thing, but have really only seen it in Bogota. Admittedly, it’s a large country, and I haven’t seen every street in the few cities I’ve managed to visit. Anyway, here are a bunch of my favorite images. Not sure of all the symbolism behind them, so you can feel free to interpret as you wish.
- Alphonse Mucha Argentina art nouveau Austria Backpacking Beach Bogota Botero brewery Brooklyn Budget NYC Candelaria cathedral Colombia Colorado Copan Copan Ruinas Crested Butte Cross-country skiing cubism Czech Republic Europe Extreme Skiing Family Vacation France Graffiti Guatemala Hiking Honduras Horseback Riding Horse drawn sled House of the Black Madonna Ischgl Ischgl Austria Ishgl Austria License Plate Game Marrakech Marseille Mathon Medellin Medina Metropolitan Museum of Art Morocco Mucha Museum Museum New York New York City notre-dame Oklahoma Pacha Paris Pennsylvania Pop Wuj Powder Prague Praha Puerto Rico Riad Dar Zaman Road Trip Samnaun Samnaun Switzerland San Francisco Skiing Ski Trips to Europe Snowboard Snowboarding Stove Project street art Tobogganing Unicorn Vermont Vieques Virginia waterfalls Xela