Already Paid & Registered? Click Here This is an Online Photography Tutorial for kids & their parents. Tricks, Games, Secrets, and Projects for Creative Little Explorers. ENROLL NOW! Photo by ParentRap–2161438 “The first time my dad Kikeo grabbed a camera he became a superhero. You can too! You can play being a journalist searching for stories around your home, a secret agent capturing photographs … Read More Online Photography Classes for Kids
For many, thinking about Colombia brings the self-inflicted notions by watching Netflix series. But the country´s reality is far from such. Think of a country where one-third of its land is filled with jungles. Rivers such as the Caqueta, the Putumayo, the Apaporis, or the world-renown Amazonas bring life to its inhabitants. But what if I told you deforestation has become up a raising … Read More Planting the Seed for the Up and Coming 200-feet Natural Towers
In this episode, we explore Malpelo Island in Colombia. Malpelo is a small island in the eastern Pacific Ocean, located about 500 km west of the Colombian mainland. It consists of sheer and barren rock with three high peaks, the highest being Cerro de la Mona with a height of 300 m. Divers can find one of the largest shark populations in the world. … Read More Malpelo: Shark Diving Capital of the World 🎥 Magical Places | Episode 3
El pueblo indígena kankuamo, es uno de los cuatros pueblos de la Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, ubicado al norte de Colombia, cerca de la ciudad de Valledupar. Tiene una población general de 26.000 habitantes y comprende 12 comunidades (Guatapurí; Chemesquemena, Atanquez, Las Flores, Mojao, Haticos, Rancho Goya, Ramalito, La Mina, Rioseco y Murillo). La población Kankuama ha sufrido múltiples afectaciones a sus formas … Read More Campaña Trueque: Emprendimiento Indígena
This week, several Colombian media have given space in their pages to talk about the feature articled published by National Geographic Creative photographer Kike Calvo on the National Geographic Blog. Some of the papers include: Portal Caribe , Canal Tropical and Zona Cero.
National Geographic Society Honors President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia for his Commitment to Conservation
Diverse Colombia by Colombia Photo Expeditions, in which Kike Calvo profiles interesting information, research and thoughts on Colombia for journalism, ecotourism, science, exploration and photography. The National Geographic Society recently recognized President Juan Manuel Santos of the Republic of Colombia for his unwavering commitment to conservation. In a ceremony at Society headquarters, Gary E. Knell, president and CEO of National Geographic Society, along with Jean Case, chairman of the … Read More National Geographic Society Honors President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia for his Commitment to Conservation