Villa de Leyva, Colombia – The sun has just set; but the sky is still alight. Soft, warm lamp light, lights up the colonial architecture at the corner between Calle 14 and Carrera 10. Located at just over 7000 feet above sea level on the Andes Mountains, Villa de Leyva in the Department of Boyaca in Colombia, South America was founded in 1572 by the Spanish. The town was declared a National Monument in 1954 to protect it’s colonial architecture and heritage. The town is a popular conference venue in Colombia. Photo shot at dusk; horizontal format. Copy space. No People.