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Archive for 2010

103 Christmas – 103 Navidades

For a few months now (actually years, since my great-grandmother) I have been trying to find people older than 100 years to photograph them. This is a personal project based on admiration and respect. Today, the day before Christmas, I was bless with the opportunity to photograph Mr Antonio Artavia (known as Tatica) who’s 103 […]

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Wedding – Boda

I had the honor to photograph my cousin’s wedding two weeks ago… We wanted to do a lot of crazy stuff, but time was not enough, as usual for weddings… Nevertheless it was a lot of fun. Here are some photos. Gaby and Giova, I wish you the best! _______________________________ Tuve el honor de fotografiar […]

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Curiosidades – Curiosities

Aquellos que me conocen saben que me encanta fotografiar personas. Somos un problema para el pobre Planeta Tierra, pero igual yo nos encuentro sumamente interesantes. Las imágenes que verán en esta publicación están relacionadas con la gente, lo que hacemos y cómo lo hacemos. En estos viajes es raro que tenga la suerte de fotografiar […]

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Otoño – Autumn

Hace mucho tiempo que no escribo nada por acá. Estuve de viaje las últimas semanas en la costa este-norte de los Estados Unidos, y aunque tomé muchas fotografías, nunca hubo tiempo para publicar. Sin embargo aquí estoy de nuevo, con mucha energía y con mucho que mostrar. Juntos con las imágenes que voy a mostrar, […]

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Want some coffee?

For some time now my dear friend Greg Basco and I, have been talking about how much fun it would be to photograph the whole process that surrounds coffee, of course, always over a cup of coffee. Well, this rainy season is all about making it happen (for example, he just renew his website, you […]

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Where are they? ¿Dónde están?

Every last quarter moon, for decades, it’s known that thousands or at least hundreds of  Olive Ridley Turtles arrive to the beach of Ostional to lay their eggs. The massive arrival of turtles is specially big during the months of August, September and October, when there is so many turtles that they come to shore […]

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AP – It finally feels real – Finalmente se siente real.

Last April I “closed the deal” with The Associated Press as their new stringer photographer in Costa Rica. They had closed the staff position in Costa Rica a couple of months before and were looking for somebody that could work for them as freelance, knowing that, because they did not offer a stable position, they […]

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July, part 1. Julio, 1ra parte.

Past July I had a great time traveling with two groups of – now – Road Scholar Intergenerational groups. It was a lot of fun, specially because the kids where awesome, very much into photography, and the grandparents even better. We had many chances to great photography and we also got to have fun! Here […]

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Photography dreams. Sueños fotográficos

A couple of months ago I had the opportunity to help a friend from California get the pictures he wanted from Costa Rica. Ken had seen the photos taken by a University professor during a tour organized, for his class, by Foto Verde Tours, and he wanted to have them too! He wanted butterflies, frogs […]

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Still on the road. Todavía viajando.

I have been traveling with two more Intergenerational Digital Photography groups the past 3 weeks, so it’s been very busy. I have not had time to edit the photos from the past tour, so I wont be able to show those for a while. Therefore, I decided to try and show you some of the […]

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Back on the road!

The “Road Scholar” (used to be Exploritas) Digital Photography Inter-generational tours are back! and so, I am back on the road with them. The fallowing photos were taken on the tour in June. ______________________________ Los tours de fotografía digital inter-generacionales de “Road Scholar” (antes Exploritas) regresaron! y entonces yo estoy de nuevo en ruta con […]

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Guayaquil, Ecuador

Llegamos a Guayaquil a principios de la tarde. Nos estaba esperando un guía local para llevarnos a visitar el malecón y algunos de los puntos interesantes de la ciudad. La primera parada fue en un parque, del que – por supuesto – no recuerdo el nombre. Caminamos un poquito, y yo no pude evitar notar […]

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