Winds of Guanacaste

In our search for new locations, we stumbled upon a remote mountain called Cerro Pelado. An extinct ancient volcano, rising above the flatlands of Cañas in the province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Read More

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Stratosphere

2016 is here and like every new year, it brings new dreams. A chance to look up at the stars and feel the wonderful anxiety and yearning for all that is to come. Read More

A New Hope

As the year comes to an end, we’re forced to think about all the things that we did, the things we’re proud of, all that it took and all that it gave us as well as the lessons we learned. It’s always a special time to create a positive vision towards the future and the new year to come. Read More

Costa Rican Endless Wilderness

A dangerous land of cold starry nights, otherworldly ancient scenery and countless wildlife and landscape photographic opportunities. These are some of the photos I captured during a weekend road tripping through Cerro de la Muerte. Read More

Pacific Winter

Winter in Costa Rica is full of drama, contrasts, exploding colors or fading grays. The songs of the humpback whales are back. Storms come and go. Water is abundant and the landscape is enriched with textures and reflections bursting with life. Read More

Ephemeral Fires

Costa Rican rainy season can be chaotic and terribly unpredictable. Expect torrential downpour and a minute later, stunning sunsets and ephemeral fires in the sky. This was the case for my visit to the cliff of Guacalillo in the Central Pacific coast. Read More