San Jose de Cucuta, a capital city of Norte de Santander department of Colombia, was in the headlines for the wrong reason. On February 23, 2019. at Cucuta, a convoy carrying humanitarian aid tried to enter Venezuela but was stoped and burned by the forces loyal to president Nicolas Maduro.
Many people found illegal trails, Truchas, that were being used for crossing to the other side.
The Venezuelan crisis deepens, as many have left the country and their families in search of a job and a better life.
Colombian police officers walk towards the Simon Bolivar International bridge, February 24, 2019.
We must go to where our heart tells us to... My quest to follow my heart led me to breathtaking places and hidden smiles, which were my inspiration for this blog.
In 2010. I fell in love with Africa. That was the year I did an overland tour from Belgrade to Cape Town, and back to Nairobi, via Mozambique and Tanzania.
Since then, I 've been returning to the black continent religiously every year. I know my soul is left wandering through endless savannas, desserts and forests ...and I am just going back to it ...
Photographer and a sociologist.
Based in Belgrade, Serbia.
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