Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

Inmates Embroidering their Stories in Colombia Fotoğraf: Juancho Torres

BOGOTA - COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 13: Inmates embroidering during the elaboration of 'The dream: The Diary of the Lion', a book in cloth and hand-embroidered by 17 inmates, who are awaiting sentencing in the Unit of Immediate Reaction (URI) in Bogota, Colombia, September 13, 2019. This is a project pioneer in Colombia, which collects the story of Daniel Leon and the tragedy that led to a family tragedy that took him to prison, a situation that emplace the catharsis and the need to ask for forgiveness. The embroidered pages tells the story of the Lion, an animal that arrives in the jungle, which is the metaphor of the prison, where it cohabits with other animals. To embroider the story, 6,936 hours of work have been required, more than 1,700 stitches per hour, 320 punctured fingers; 240 split and folded needles; about 10 kilometers of mouline and perle yarn interwoven and eight kilometers of thrown, which means that they have had to undo the embroidery and start again. But more than threads and needles, these men have required tons of willpower to continue, learn from mistakes, be patient to find the right people who were able to create a daily discipline and who managed to turn the page of their life to be recognized by a good act. ( Juancho Torres - Anadolu Agency )

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