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Eric Mohl - Trans-Americas Journey Photographer
Eric Mohl - Trans-Americas Journey Photographer

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Should this be Colombia’s next UNESCO World Heritage Site?
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On the road in Peru and Bolivia, including the world’s highest capital city, the world’s largest salt flat, and one of the world’s most infamous “Death Roads” (plus drive-lapse video).

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We came to see the ornate underground tombs at the Tierradentro Archaeological Site in Southern Colombia. What we got was a two day firefight between FARC rebels and Colombian soldiers.
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Explore the mystery and history of the Colonial doors and windows in the heart of Cartagena, Colombia in this travel photo essay.
Explore the mystery and history of the Colonial doors and windows in the heart of Cartagena, Colombia in this travel photo essay.
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The stone statues at the San Agustin Archaeology Park in Colombia guard mysterious graves and refuse to give up their secrets.
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The Uyuni Salt Flat, flamingos, historic cities, and more on the road in Bolivia (plus drive lapse video!).
The Uyuni Salt Flat, flamingos, historic cities, and more on the road in Bolivia (plus drive lapse video!).
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Every week, the Guambiano people come to Silvia, Colombia to buy and sell in a fascinating traditional market that is blessedly free of cheap souvenirs.
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The spectacular glacier-clad volcanoes along Ecuador's "Avenue of the Volcanoes" have not been very forthcoming during our time so far in Ecuador. We have passed through this route at least 8 times so far and have barley had a glimpse of the volcanoes, including during one unsuccessful visit to Cotapaxi National Park when the mountain was barely viable. Our persistence has finally paid off. Here's one of the spectacular views we had of Cotapaxi during a mountain bike ride into the park yesterday. The 19,347 ft/5,897 m summit is less than 45 miles from the equator. This glacier clad beauty is still active and is the most famous and striking of Ecuador's MANY volcanoes.
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Belated #ThrowBackThursday travel edition - Thanksgiving 1996, +Karen Catchpole on Gokyo Ri (17,575 ft/5,357 m) above beautiful Gokyo Lakes in Nepal's Khumbu (Everest) region
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Hard to believe it was 25 years ago today that the wall came down. Harder to believe Eric was standing at that wall 25 years & 2.5 months ago.
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