The Workshop – Artistic Details

Night in the Workshop (©photocoen)

So, once again, I find myself in a workshop. Not the first time as you might know (e.g. read about it here, here, and here). But this time it is a bit different. Karin-Marijke took a flight home and temporally ‘abandoned’ me in Bogotá; I opted to stay in Colombia. There is always a growing list of things that need to be done, but for which time and/or place are missing. Now that she is in the Netherlands I’m crossing a lot small items off my list.

I had plenty of time on my hands in Iguana 4×4’s workshop, and as I walked around the workshop I took photos of details that captured my eye.

So here it is, my artist impression of the workshop.

Coolant Fluids (©photocoen)drying paint (©photocoen)The hidden radio (©photocoen)stacked tires (©photocoen)drilling chips (©photocoen)Agressive thread tires (©photocoen)Gold and Blue Ohlin (©photocoen)Land Rover Series (©photocoen)Hulk parts (©photocoen)Tire close up (©photocoen)Coolant Fluid drops (©photocoen)Colombian Coffee (©photocoen)Magical Coolant Fluid (©photocoen)upholstery clips Toyota Land Cruiser (©photocoen)Coolant Fluid (©photocoen)Clutch fan  (©photocoen)

Practical Information

Iguana 4×4 Bogotá
Calle 128C # 47 – 43
Bogotá, Colombia

Phone +57 310 5658369
Website Iguana 4×4

What details have you captured in a workshop. Share them in the comment section below.

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