Posts Tagged ‘Costa Rica’

Revisiting Costa Rica

Parque Nacional Volcán Arenal, Costa Rica

I had the opportunity to revisit the wonderful country of Costa Rica a few weeks ago not as a tourist, but as a photo editor. I’ve written about this before, the experience of looking at one’s photographs months or even years after the initial shooting and the joy that comes form the revisit. Great memories, […]

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Revisiting your photography archive

Carrillo Beach, Samara, Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Often after returning from a trip or event I spend little time actually looking through images and picking the keepers. There are a number of reasons for this, the primary reason being lack of time. Typically my work flow allows me to process the photographs I require for a project or story and then move […]

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Crocodiles, Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Crocodile waiting for a photographer, Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Nothing is much more exciting than photographing crocodiles. These friendly crocs are living just south of Samara in Guanacaste Province,Costa Rica. They move amazingly fast once they decide it’s time for a meal!

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Iguana

Costa Rica iguana

It struck me that no iguana photographs have ever made it into my blog. What a shame. These guys are very cool and can grow to huge sizes making you think that you’re back in some prehistoric age. Anyways, I’m solving this lack of iguana photos by posting a few from Costa Rica. Watch out!

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A new portrait

Kevin riding a horse in Costa Rica

I don’t ride horses. The last time I can remember mounting one of these large animals was somewhere in Mexico, likely in 1980. At Cherie’s request we spent an afternoon riding up the bluffs north of Samara (Costa Rica) and then down to the beach in the next bay. Spectacular views were to be had […]

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