|Homeless men sleep in the one of the Eje Ambiental's dry pools.|
|Paper, plastic and cigarrettes float in|
the 'Environmental Axis' waters.
|Putting the waters to use. A homeless man washes himself in|
one of the Eje's stagnant pools.
|Still nice - the Eje's upper reaches still flow.|
|At the top of the Eje Ambiental is La Quinta de Bolívar,|
once occupied by El Libertador.
|Behind La Quinta is this trash-filled lot, which could be turned into a beautiful approach to Monserrate.|
By Mike Ceaser, of Bogotá Bike Tours