|La Concordia Park in La Candelaria: Green space for lovers and a court for futsal, just meters away from traffic and high-rise buildings.|
|In the poor, troubled Santa Fe |
neighborhood, trash piles up across
the street from a tiny park.
|Watching futsal at lunchtime in a |
Santa Fe neighborhood park.
|Relaxing in La Esmeralda Park |
|Eating lunch by a reproduction |
of a San Agustin monument
in the Los Martires district.
|Dogs and couples play in their own |
ways on a green patch by La Plaza
del Periodista, in La Candelaria.
However, a denser city will also make these tiny public spaces all the more valuable.
In terms of social justice, investment in parks and public spaces is one of the best. That's because parks get used by the rich and poor alike in a healthful way.
|Cops check someone out in a Santa Fe park.|
|Evening on La Plaza del Periodista.|
|Trash piles up by a tiny park in Santa Fe.|
|The Arzobispo River in Teusaquillo is lined by this green corridor|
- and sports the visual warnings on this bridge.
By Mike Ceaser, of Bogotá Bike Tours