Expert bush pilot @jclenz flying our crew over Colombia’s southern grasslands “Los Llanos” and the Guayabero river en route to our production location on the river of 7 colors. @susanaospinaa @airacevedo #colombia #exofficio #rudyproject @rudyprojectna @worldnomads #travel #photography
Colombia’s lost river of seven colors. Off limits for decades because of the civil war, now open for exploration.
Lost for decades in the jungles of Colombia’s Meta, a state partially controlled by the FARC—the river of 7-colors is truly paradise. It’s recently been secured by the Colombian military and the first tourists are just arriving. Thank you @worldnomads #exofficio @airacevedo for sponsoring this documentary about Colombia’s transition from conflict to tourism. First screening at the Adventure Travel World Summit in Namibia next month.
Back in the US from Latin America. But not completely. On-assignment for Latina Magazine right now shooting a feature on multi-gen latino restaurants in the Los Angeles area. First up: Peruvian comfort food…pollo a la brasa…secret family recipe passed down through three generations. Def. will be packin’ on a few lbs during this gig. Light and fast with one Nikon body, two small lenses, and one simple strobe.
I’ve spent the bulk of the past 8 years on the road. Along the way, my concept of “home” has become a very abstract thing. It’s no longer a physical structure, but a place inside of me. When I feel the yearning to return home, I reach for Skype and call my friends rather than book an airplane ticket. Because my friends have become the true anchors of my life: like the dude in this photo, gMack. Always up for a chat, always up for an adventure. This photo was at Crater Lake, Oregon during our Canada to Mexico cycling trip along the Sierra Cascades trail. @adventurecycling #bikepacking #biketouring #travel #cycling