Bogota, Colombia – High angle view of the downtown district in the Andean capital city of Bogota, Colombia in South America, depicting the contrast between to old and the new. The red terracotta roof tiled buildings to the left of the image is La Candelaria, where the city was founded in 1538. It is the oldest part of the City. To the right, are modern concrete towers. Located at about 8500 feet above mean sea level, with a population of almost 10 Million, Bogota is one of the largest cities in Latin America. Photo shot in the morning sunlight; panorama created in Adobe Lightroom. The location from where the image was shot makes it an uncommon image: not many photographers will stop at the location with an expensive DSLR.