Photographer Gabriel Eisenband captured this impressive picture of the Maypures rapids in the Tuparro National Park.
The mood may recall Marrakech, but even though there is no beach nor desert close to the Colombian capital, palms have been growing in La Candelaria for centuries.
Stunning photograph as morning mist rises near Aguadas, Caldas. Photo: Carlos Pineda
Photographer Jorge Panchoaga captures last light on Colombia's principal river, the Magdalena, a key route for travel, transporting goods and a source of food for centuries.
Alejandra Parra's work features Bogotá from fresh perspectives in the Otrora exhibition, which runs through mid-November.
An actor poses for filmmakers in this featured photo taken in the small Antioquian town of Carmen de Viboral.
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A BIG PICTURE from central Colombia and the department of Tolima, by photographer Carlos Pineda.
A gathering at high altitude in the Sumapaz brought together indigenous representatives from across Colombia to tribute Mother Nature.
Devastated by drought caused by El Niño, Colombia's Wayúu community struggles to survive in the harsh but beautiful climate of La Guajira.
With origins in Africa, Cumbia is nonetheless a deeply ingrained part of Colombian traditional culture.
Colombia's colorful Chivas provide a traditional and unique form of transportation, particularly in the country's central Andes region.
The Las Lajas cathedral in Ipiales is one of Colombia's most iconic landmarks, and has been named one of the world's most beautiful churches.
As the sun sets, Cartagena comes to life. People wander into the streets, cafes and bars safe from the sweltering heat of the day.
High above Bogotá lies Chingaza, a wild moorland and critical hydrological ecosystem that is also home to rare plant and animal species.
A lagoon is blanketed by clouds and wild frailejón in the high-altitude wetland of Sumapaz.