An attendee to the vigil arrives to the camp carrying a white flag many of the people gathered were from the region and also from the capital Bogotá.
Many come to bring messages to the guerrilla fighters, prepare songs and stay in the camp where the FARC members also stay, the vigil lasted 1 day and 1 night.
FARC rebels from nearby camps arrive to the meeting area in “El Diamante” In the south Colombian Yari plains.
Family members also take advantage of the vigil to visit the guerrilla family members, before the cease fire and in the height of the conflict FARC members lost contact with family members for years.
FARC fighters leave their weapons behind in the trucks they arrive to attend the vigil disarmed.
A FARC rebel downloads a truck with her 1-year-old son, born during the peace process talks. Before the process women FARC fighters were banned from having babies.
A member of the FARC media team prepares her equipment for covering the event, since the peace process the FARC has been increasing their media activity incorporating some of their fighters to communication activities.
A member of NC News (New Colombia) the FARC online news magazine, interviews a young attendee from Bogotá.
A guerrilla member known by the nome de guerre Lina (center) is hugged by his brother, the whole family travelled across Colombia to reunite with the girl who joined the FARC 7 years ago when she was just 13 years ago. Their family never new or heard about her whereabouts or if she was alive until 7 months ago when the peace process and the cease fire allowed the condition to search for Lina.
A member of the FARC with an amputee arm interacts with a girl who attended the vigil with her family.
A FARC woman stands during the vigil with her 1 year old son, some women fighters are beginning to think of motherhood, having babies used to be banned by the FARC regulations.
Farmers from the region begin to gather for the activities in the peace vigil, that was attended by civil groups mainly religious groups who were in opposition of the implementation of the peace treaty.
Attendees make a small walk holding candles in the vigil for the peace where civil groups and FARC members shared activities in support of the continuation and implementation of the peace agreements despite the negative result in the October 3d referendum.
Farmers from the vast region of the Yari plains attend the vigil summoned by the FARC in this historic area of influence that has also seen heavy fighting in previous years.
The attendees write messages in support of the peace process while chanting and doing a small walk in the vigil for peace that was summoned nationally and replicated in camps across Colombia.
Teacher Moncayo (right) the father of an army soldier that was kidnapped by FARC for over 12 years embraces FARC commander Carlos Antonio Lozada, one of the main FARC leaders working in the peace process and member of the committee to the delivery and disbarment of the FARC troops.
Civilians take a bath in a creek in the FARC camp they spend the night in a rare occasion to share and live with FARC members for a couple of days.
Chivas (traditional buses) begin their 18 hour journey back to Bogotá where students, civilians, religious groups and artist groups gathered for the Vigil for Peace in Yari plains.