Costa Rica

La Fortuna, Costa Rica
Several hanging foot bridges allow one to explore the cloud forest canopy in Monteverde, Costa Rica
A father and two sons pause to enjoy the sunset in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. A storm is preparing to move in.
Capuchin monkey. This picture was assisted by my guide and his telescope. (Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica)
Dusk in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
A hanging bridge winds its way through the Costa Rican cloud forest in Monteverde.
Entering deeper into the lush Costa Rican cloud forest of Monteverde
I took this picture while I was in Nosara, Costa Rica. I love it because it reminds me of how much insect repellant I had to use over trip!
This is a picture I took in Costa Rica.
 I took this picture of an unusual cloud/moon formation in Montezuma, Costa Rica. I see a sleeping Albert Einstein resting his chin on the moon. What do you see?
This is the view from my hotel in Montezuma, Costa Rica, the Amor del Mar. This is a great place to just relax and forget about the rest of the world.
Playa Tamarindo.
Taken outside my hotel in Montezuma, Costa Rica. These hammocks are popular. Grab it while it's available!
 The main drag in Montezuma, Costa Rica
This capuchin monkey is about to help himself to somebody's leftover morsels at a cafe in Montezuma, Costa Rica.
There's all the time in the world to daydream in Montezuma, Costa Rica.
Beautiful view of a bay off the pacific coast of Costa Rica.
Costa Rican Sunset.
Swingin' in Costa Rica
Nicknamed the "Jesus Lizard" for its ability to scurry across the water, these were everywhere in the Pacific Side of Costa Rica.
The road into the town of La Fortuna at the base of the active Volcano Arenal in Costa Rica
Cano Islands Area, Costa Rica: 
This Capuchin Monkey's mom ran up my leg to steal my watermelon. She gave it to her baby. So, I was ok with that, even though a little scary.
Eco Manglares-in the middle of the night, Costa Rica:
The great frogs only seem to show themselves at night. This little dude was a favorite for its bright orange color and lack of venom (which the bright ones often were)
Corcovado Islands, Costa Rica:
Friendly Koati coming up through the bushes to check out the human visitors. Everything is so camouflaged, you don't see animals until they want you to see them.
Lake Arenal area, Costa Rica:
Everywhere green. The level of vivid green in this country is impossible to describe in pictures.
Butterfly kiss. Manual Antonio, Costa Rica.
Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica:
Sunset in Manuel Antonio on our honeymoon.
Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica:
A dog learning to surf.
Late afternoon along the beach in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
Beautiful Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica
A man carries his son to Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica
Costa Rican Bullfight
Nosaro Costa Rica 2011
A sloth at Manuel Antonio National Park in Costa Rica
Arenal Volcano in La Fortuna.
For the less adventurous there is bird watching. The Resplendent Quetzal Bird.
Montezuma, Costa Rica
Sunset Pier in Costa Rica, Copyright Beachprints by Katie, 2014
Sunset on the beach of Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. Que Rico!
Sunset in Playa del Coco Costa Rica near r condo
Beautiful Costa Rica
Coatis are a common sight in Costa Rica and not afraid of humans.
There are some 51 varieties of hummingbirds and indeed ranging in hues from green and blue to red and magenta.
The Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Preserve harbors over 100 species of mammals, 400 species of birds, tens of thousands of insect species, and over 2,500 varieties of plants, 420 of which are orchids alone.
Mother-daughter moment in Viento Fresco Waterfall, Costa Rica.
(one of the first pictures I took arriving to Cahuita)
(Cahuita, Costa Rica)
Manuel Antonio Beach
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