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


Over Treetops & Sunsets

The pinnacle of Costa Rica’s continental divide, Monteverde, is a hub for nature enthusiasts, thriving ecotourism, and outdoor adventure. From great hikes, hanging bridges, and breathtaking scenery to extreme adrenaline canopy zip lines above the treetops, this cloud forest has plenty to offer its visitors. Read More

The Mountain Life

During the holidays, my family and I decided to go a couple of days out of the city all the way up to the Costa Rican mountains in the Cordillera de Talamanca, a mountain range that stretches from southwest of San José to beyond the border with Panamá and contains the highest peaks of both… Read More