Before the arrival of the first cruise ships of the day to Cartagena, this heron takes flight against a backdrop of the morning light.
Big Picture. The Huitoto inhabit the jungles of the eastern departments of Putumayo and Caqueta.
A leap into the known. Diving to cool off from the summer heat in El Guajaro reservoir near Cartagena.
Photographer Gabriel Eisenband captured this impressive picture of the Maypures rapids in the Tuparro National Park.
A Palenquera wanders the beaches of Cartagena selling her tropical fruits beneath an unforgiving tropical sun.
Workers gather sea salt in the Guajira peninsula near Manaure.
Photographer Santiago Escobar-Jaramillo captured this image of the red riverboat of the Atrato under a stark midday sun.
March ushers in one of the largest street parties in the Americas: the legendary Carnaval de Barranquilla.
Photographer Mike Evans has released a book of stunning images taken during seven years in Colombia. We share a Big Picture taken in Murillo, Tolima.
With origins in Africa, Cumbia is nonetheless a deeply ingrained part of Colombian traditional culture.
Big Picture. A powered parachute takes to the skies near Puerto López in the eastern plains as a Llanero sun begins to set.
The majestic stratosphere volcano, Nevado del Tolima, was the source of inspiration for an art exhibition in 1859 called Heart of the Andes by Frederic Edwin Church.
Photographer Carlos Valencia captured this image of market day in Sonsón, Antioquia.
Devastated by drought caused by El Niño, Colombia's Wayúu community struggles to survive in the harsh but beautiful climate of La Guajira.
Big Picture. Canoes for the morning commute in Nuquí.
Art took flight with this installation by conceptual artist Sergio Mendoza during the recent Barcú cultural fair in Bogotá.