Now that my glut of tours in the first half of the year is finally over, I can concentrate on image processing. I have several trips’ worth of photos to catch up on from the last few months, and I’ve just cleared the first hurdle: my March Costa Rica tour.
This was the latest iteration of my popular “Quetzals to Corcovado” tour, which covers a lot of ground from the central highlands to the Caribbean slope, down to the Pacific coast and ultimately, Corcovado National Park (for those participating in the optional extension). We visit different types of forest and see a spectacular variety of wildlife, from colorful birds to exotic mammals to a few creepy crawlies. It’s always a lot of fun, and my group this year was really enthused and inspired by the wide array of tropical species we encountered.
I have uploaded over 100 new images to the stock photo archive. A short preview of some of the highlights is below.
Check out the 108 new photos in the archive. And remember that you can order prints of nearly all of these images directly via this website.
Want to join me on my next Costa Rica adventure? I’m leading a trip back in early 2021. Get on the waiting list and receive more information as it gets finalized here.