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Muzo
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Credit: Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno via Visura
Asset ID: VA27944
Caption: Available
Copyright: © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno, 2022
Collection: Environment Feature
Location: muzo
Topics: Action Adolescence Capitalism Children Civil Rights Colombia Community conelcorazon Documentary Editorial emeralds Environment Feature Food Forest Friends + Family Hope jmbb jmbbnet juanmanuelbarrero juanmanuelbarrerobueno Landscape Latin America Minority Parenting & Family Photography Photojournalism Portraiture Poverty Still life Teens Veterans Weapons withtheheart witness Youth

Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno

@ www.jmbb.net Based in USA/Colombia

Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno is a Documentary filmmaker and photographer. He graduated in Film and Photography technologist from UNITEC in Bogotá. He has worked in video, product photography, travel photography, and photojournalism...
Also by Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno —
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A man rests, after a long day of work in one of the many emerald mines that exist in the region of Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. Two miners work inside an emerald mine in the Muzo region, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno. 
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A miner enters with a cart to transport land to an emerald mine in the Muzo region, Boyacá, Colombia. The vast majority of the work in the mines is done with human strength, hand tools, dynamite and will. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno. 
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A man leaves his shift in one of the many emerald mines that exist in the region of Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A miner works with a cart to transport land in an emerald mine in the Muzo region, Boyacá, Colombia. The vast majority of the work in the mines is done with human strength, hand tools, dynamite and will. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A group of miners wait while dynamite charges are installed in an emerald mine in the Muzo region, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. An older (and more experienced) miner mounts dynamite sticks in an emerald mine in the Muzo region, Boyacá, Colombia, in order to reduce the size of the rocks and facilitate the process of extracting the precious stones. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A miner uses a drill to extract emeralds in an emerald mine in the region of Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia, in an environment with temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. Two men and a woman talk after finishing their respective shifts outside an emerald mine in the Muzo region of Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. Characteristic landscape of the Muzo region, Boyacá, Colombia, where the largest amount of emeralds is concentrated in this part of the planet. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A miner works with a cart to transport soil to an emerald mine in the Muzo region, Boyacá, Colombia. The vast majority of the work in the mines is done with human strength, hand tools, dynamite and will. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A farmer and miner walks in the Muzo region, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. Two miners rest after their hard day in the region of Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A man sells breakfasts composed of arepas and chocolate at the start of one of the work shifts in the emerald mines of Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A miner watches the national television of Colombia, during his lunch, in the outskirts of the emerald mines of Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. Good hydration and nutrition is key for the work of the miners of the emerald mines of Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A young person (minor) rests in "La Voladora" as it is called to the place where the emerald companies throw away the waste of their extractions and where the inhabitants of the neighborhoods go to look for luck or "engüacarse" (which means finding a emerald big and valuable) and thus be able to change your life. To avoid confrontations, the days are divided between men and women, when it is the day of women usually accompanied by their children. Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A group of women work in "La Voladora" as it is called to the place where the emerald companies waste the waste of their extractions and where the inhabitants of the neighborhoods are going to look for luck or "engüacarse" (which means finding a large emerald and valuable) and thus be able to change your life. To avoid confrontations, the days are divided between men and women, when it is the day of women usually accompanied by their children. Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A group of women work in "La Voladora" as it is called to the place where the emerald companies waste the waste of their extractions and where the inhabitants of the neighborhoods are going to look for luck or "engüacarse" (which means finding a large emerald and valuable) and thus be able to change your life. To avoid confrontations, the days are divided between men and women, when it is the day of women usually accompanied by their children. Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A group of women work in "La Voladora" as it is called to the place where the emerald companies waste the waste of their extractions and where the inhabitants of the neighborhoods are going to look for luck or "engüacarse" (which means finding a large emerald and valuable) and thus be able to change your life. To avoid confrontations, the days are divided between men and women, when it is the day of women usually accompanied by their children. Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. Two children work in "La Voladora" as it is called to the place where the emerald companies waste the debris from their extractions and where the inhabitants of the neighborhoods go to look for luck or "engüacarse" (which means finding a large emerald and valuable) and thus be able to change your life. To avoid confrontations, the days are divided between men and women, when it is the day of women usually accompanied by their children. Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A miner works with a car to transport land to an emerald mine in the Muzo region, Boyacá, Colombia. The vast majority of the work in the mines is done with human strength, hand tools, dynamite and will. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. A woman works in "La Voladora" as it is called to the place where the emerald companies waste the debris from their extractions and where the inhabitants of the neighborhoods go to look for luck or "engüacarse" (which means finding a large and valuable emerald) and thus be able to change his life. To avoid confrontations, the days are divided between men and women, when it is the day of women usually accompanied by their children. Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. "Morrallas" or emeralds of lesser value, in the emerald market that takes place every weekend in the town of Muzo, Boyacá, Colombia. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.