A fighter wears a T-shirt depicting Farc commanders and the dates of over 50 years of war in Colombia.
The countryside in northeastern Antioquia, an area where the Farc has historically operated
Guerrilla fighters sow Colombian flags onto their uniforms
Playing volleyball in highly visible white t-shirts would have been unthinkable before the cessation of hostilities, an indication of the change underway
Guerrilla fighters watch a movie on a laptop
A Farc guerrilla known as Dario passes the time by reading a book
Guerrilla fighter Natalia prepares soup – kitchen duty is one of the chores rotated amongst the combatants
Living in the jungle has taken its toll on the health of the fighters,
Guerrilla fighters play around in their camp
Alberto, one of the commanders of the Bloque Magdalena Medio of the Farc, who joined the rebel group 37 years ago when he was 12
Farc is placing great importance on the importance of media, having launched a web TV channel in La Havana. With a presence on social networks, they are training media teams like Daniela and Pedro
Guerrilla fighters wash themselves and their clothes in the river next to their camp
A guerrilla fighter cleans his weapon, as their leaders tell them to arm themselves with political arguments rather than guns
The mood is not entirely relaxed, as during morning formation, Andrés serving as the duty officer for this group, points out the route they will take if attacked by the army
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