pictures from a cruise – part twelve – Cartagena
In this second installment on Cartagena, we share a variety of pictures that include some local architecture, street scenes and views of cargo at the port. Enjoy.
Here is an example of art in metal.
Bank of the Republic.
An impressive edifice.
Colorful building under a cloudy sky.
The front facade of a church.
Doorway with nearby colorful flowers.
More local art.
Appears to be a priest with a native.
Old stone building and walls.
Pretty much the same view without the nearby tourists.
Some other old stone works.
Random picture of a large plant or tree.
Back to the port with cargo containers.
Stacked cargo containers with what appear to be very large tires in the foreground (perhaps for very large mining trucks).
The skyline of Cartagena is visible in the distance.
A tugboat in the harbor.
A lot in this next picture. Clouds, distant tall buildings, stacked cargo containers, the water of the harbor, our photographer, and a bus seen through the bars of the metal handrail.
Not sure on this next image. Does it indicate pedestrians?
Thanks for reading/viewing.