Looking through my eyes while I was in Quibdo
This is father Edison
The towns big Catholic cathedral
Our first evening in Quibdo there was an amazing
storm that brewed as we wandered around the center.
This picture was taken in a dark street at night just as
lightning flashed iluminating this photo.
These next few photos are from the program
that Father Edison leads.
It is a program of integral education where
the kids learn sports, chess, how to behave and
work in a team and group, etc.
I photographed many a foul.
Father Edison gathering the group for
a serious talk.
The kids have big personalities
and great smiles
Photo out of order:
The street side market place
A child preparing to leave after
a long hot day of soccer.
A view of the town is in the background
The street side market where you can
buy platano, chopiduros, dried fish
and all sorts of other colorful, delicious
tropical fruits and vegies
Long boats bringing in the Platanos
This is the popular form of transportation.
Costs 500 pesos = $.25
She's recieving change
Platanos are a principal element of the
A colorful display of a particular variety of mango,
they are about the size of one's palm.
I have a lot of photos of this fruit
because they are so beautiful
Washing the limes
A bunch of dried fish
The long boats that bring the havests
from accross the river
A georgeous display of the goodness
the earth gifts us with
The Parking Lot
Cooling off the platano?
Flash Dance Style
The Cornacopia of Quibdo