Travel

A few examples of photos taken while traveling. {A work in progress]

A portion of the skyline of San Juan Puerto Rico from the ocean side. August, 2017 about one month before hurricane Maria struck the island.

A portion of the skyline of San Juan Puerto Rico from the ocean side. August, 2017 about one month before hurricane Maria struck the island.
Cruise ships docked at Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Old San Juan hosts the largest number of cruise ships annually of any Caribbean island. August, 2017 about one month before hurricane Maria struck the island.
The narrow, colorful, cobblestone streets of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. August, 2017 about one month before hurricane Maria struck the island.
One of the many narrow cobblestone streets with colorful buildings in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. August, 2017 about one month before hurricane Maria struck the island.
The narrow, colorful, cobblestone streets of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. August, 2017 about one month before hurricane Maria struck the island.
Loodking over Old San Juan, Puerto Rico from the El Morrow fortress national historical site. August, 2017 about one month before hurricane Maria struck the island.
Volcanic Monolith, New Mexico
New Mexico
New Mexico
The high road from Santa Fe to Taos New Mexico.

NEW MEXICO

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

The almost perfectly round large stone inside this elaborate desplay case is pre-Columbian from this region of Costa Rica. It is outside the National Museum in San Jose, Costa Rica. Its meaning or purpose is still a matter of debate among experts.
The Waterfall of Los Angeles in Atenas, Costa Rica. Note the volcanic columnar rock formation.
Angeles Falls, Costa Rica. With college students on a Spanish immersion trip.
METROPOLITAN CATHEDRAL IN SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA
The Cloud Forest region, Monteverde, Costa Rica. There are estimated to be over 4000 plant species in the cloud forest biological sphere. The region is also known for cattle ranching.
Green Violet Ear Hummingbird, Reserva Biológica Bosque Nuboso Monteverde, Costa Rica.
Yiguirro nest with young birds (Turdus grayi). The Yiguirro was designated the country’s National Bird in November, 1976 and is one of the national symbols of Costa Rica. It is also known as the clay colored robin or gray thrush and is found all over Costa Rica. The Yiguirro epitomize the fertility of the earth, the symbol of the rain fertilizing the earth and the richness of soil of Costa Rica. This bird has a melodius song that is thought by some to call in the rain.

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