From Above II: Monserrate Mountain, Bogotá

This photo was taken from the top of the mountain Monserrate, that steeply rises in the back of Bogotá to more than 3.100m. The view from the top is stunning, when you’re lucky enough to catch one of the rare clear days. When I went up in the Funicular (the little train that climbs the steep slope), it was still sunny, but by the time I got to the top the ever-present grey glouds had come back. Still, it was beautiful. The church is a very popular spot for pilgrims, that climb the mountain on foot.


From Above


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