In the Peruvian Amazon, we stopped at the market in Nauta, an amazonian jungle town of about 18,000 people, and one road out of town, that only leads to Iquitos. The only recognizable bits of meat at the butchers table was bull or cow ears and turtles.
The day after I captured the Ocean View of Lima (day 7), I walked again on the boardwalk and the wind and temperatures were just right for paragliding. This is the grassy knoll the paragliders took off from, and soared over the cliffs and ocean for 20-30 minutes at a time.
On a cloudy day in October 2015 I walked along the Miraflores boardwalk in Lima, Peru. The sweeping coastline’s high steep cliff’s sheer drop to the dramatic ocean was breathtaking. The clouds were threatening but never produced any rain.
Today’s image is the Owl Butterfly from the Butterfly Garden in Monteverde, Costa Rica. Each of the four gardens represents a different Costa Rican habitat and all of the butterflies in the garden are bred on the premises.
A rare occasion to have a clear view of the Arenal Volcano in La Fortuna, Costa Rica, with the perfect sunset colours.
In the jungles of the Peruvian Amazon, this curious little girl kept wanting to see my camera, and have her picture taken.
In the streets in La Paz, Bolivia, most of the ladies are in their traditional dress. They don’t like to have their photos taken, so this was a lucky moment when her gaze was elsewhere.