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The ELN (National Liberation Army) is the second biggest guerrilla group in Colombia with about 3000 fighters.
In recent years, the ELN has disappeared from the media scene almost completely. However, in recent months they have had some increased attention for their armed actions and kidnappings. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has declared that he is ready to start peace talks with the group if they release their hostages.
The series of photographs depicting guerrilla fighters camouflaged in the Colombian jungle can be seen as a metaphor for the invisibility of the ELN in the political and social landscape of Colombia.