These works are created by children living on the fishing island of Tierra Bomba. It is located on the Caribbean sea outside of Cartagena, Colombia which served as a slave port. The project was conducted by five USA photographers who wanted to give them opportunity to have other careers and to record their own lifestyle. With fishing being a family tradition and football being a national passed time these were the children's future aspirations. All photographs are taken by children between the age of 3-14 years old. Their works were exhibited on the island and in Washington DC at the Anacostia Art Center in July 2015.
Fifteen children instructed by five USA photographers for a week taught these children the basic usage of digital camera. They toured the island with the photographers, photographing their everyday life and then had a contest which each child was a winner. The works produced during this workshop were exhibited in Colombia and in Washington DC at the Anacostia Art Center and the children were awarded the proceeds of the sale of their works. At the exhibit the money received from sales were sent to the children. The three panels represent the color of the Colombian flag done in window pane to give a view of their life. Yellow, blue and red represent the colors of the Colombian flag.