|The front side of the block is inhabited by homeless people,|
who haven't let the new mural change their lifestyle.
|A member of Ink Crew at work.|
|The back, or south side, of the block adjoins the railroad corridor, which is used by the homeless and other scavengers to sort thru, and often to burn, things they've collected from the trash.|
|Across the street from the colorful new mural, this face is etched into the wall. It was made by Vils, a Portuguese street artist who reportedly did three works in Bogotá.|
|A few blocks away, behind the Central Cemetery, the owner of a store selling machine parts had himself immortalized in this mural on the shop's front.|
By Mike Ceaser, of Bogotá Bike Tours, which offers graffiti tours.