|A member of 'Drummers for Peace' showed up.|
Scenes from today and tomorrow's Viva cultural festival in Bogotá's National Park. The festival included a salsa band, part of the city-wide Salsa al Parque event, as well as an eclectic and sometimes quirky mix of displays by neighborhood do-gooder organizations, including indigenous, LGBT and childrens organizations, as well as community radios and arts groups.
|Dead scary monster.|
|A salsa band performs....|
|...and these kids get down.|
|A bicycle tourist tastes a fermented quinua drink.|
|Posing in a dirty image.|
|These older women were getting down to the music.|
|These bicycles generated electricity for loudspeakers.|
|The LGBT community.|
I thot 'How charming, these traditional dancing girls.' But from another angle, there was something undtraditionally masculine about them.
By Mike Ceaser, of Bogotá Bike Tours