Colombia Photo Gallery

Colombia: Bogota, Pereira and Cartagena de Indias

 a photo gallery by Paul Shoul

Grilled meats on the menu in the Coffee Triangle, Colombia. Paul Shoul photo.
Grilled meats on the menu in the Coffee Triangle, Colombia. Paul Shoul photo.
The fort that guards the city, built to resist many different invaders in the 1700s.
The fort that guards the city, built to resist many different invaders in the 1700s.
School children learn how to settle an argument, on Isle de Sol, near Cartagena.
School children learn how to settle an argument, on Isle de Sol, near Cartagena.
The Corcora Valley, home to many wax palms and coffee plantations in central Colombia.
The Corcora Valley, home to many wax palms and coffee plantations in central Colombia.
Boating out to Isle de Sol, near Cartagena.
Boating out to Isle de Sol, near Cartagena.
Weaving baskets from bamboo at Hacienda Combia, Colombia's Coffee Triangle.
Weaving baskets from bamboo at Hacienda Combia, Colombia’s Coffee Triangle.
Gawking at the Museum of Gold in Bogota.
Gawking at the Museum of Gold in Bogota.
Cooking lunch for workers at Hacienda Combio, in Coffee Country.
Cooking lunch for workers at Hacienda Combio, in Coffee Country.
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Paul Shoul
Paul Shoul is a Northampton, MA-based photographer who doubles as a staff writer for GoNOMAD. For thirty years he's lived in the Pioneer Valley and chronicled life there though his work in the Valley Advocate and Preview magazines. He's also been seen in the Boston Globe, New York Times, BBC, the Chronicle of Higher Education and many other publications. Today as well as shooting around the world for GoNOMAD he works for local nonprofits, banks and advertising agencies.