Bogota from the Roofs, Streets and Sky by Camilo Mønón Navas

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            <img src="" border="0" /><em>To me, everything looks fascinating from the air. But, for some reason, I never expected Bogot&aacute;, Colombia, to look so striking.</p></em><br /><br /><p>Columbian artist, Camilo M&oslash;n&oacute;n Navas has produced a series of images titled, Arial Fa&ccedil;ades, in which Camilo takes various <a href="" rel="nofollow" >perspectival photographs</a> and assembles them whimsical and fantastical means while bringing his home city of <a href="" rel="nofollow" >Bogota</a> to the surface through all its cultural glory.&nbsp;

In Camilo’s words. “Those buildings, spaces, or architectural complexes that are part of our city and that show us through a drone the incredible details that our city hides from the air…by exploring from the terrace of my apartment–a 10-story building–the structures of the cities from the zenith views.”

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