The young or juvenile green iguana aka common iguana was found on our small farm in Matina Limon. The larger iguana is a resident of Selva Verde Lodge in Chilimate, CR. The Iguana iguana is a herbivore that lives in the trees. Adults are only seen on the ground when no path exists above or the females are laying
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Photographing Snakes, how to light the scene, when to shoot and how to stay safe. First a warning, without snake handling experience it is not advisable to handle snakes, especially the venomous ones. Remember to ALWAYS STAY OUT OF STRIKING DISTANCE! Never touch the snake, they are not intelligent creatures. Their behavior is instinct driven, consequently your hand
Lime Green Caterpillar in the tropics This lime green caterpillar and 10 of his friends were just about to eat my Anona (custard apple) tree until it looked like the Charlie Brown Christmas tree. I planted that Anona back in 2009 and have been waiting patiently for it to shower me with fruits. These caterpillars
Satiny Parrot Snake (Leptophis depressirostris) from Limon, Costa Rica eating a tree frog and on bamboo. This Satiny Parrot Snake had just captured this frog as we came upon it. We had to be sure he knew we were not any danger and that he could finish eating. He was having a bit of difficulty
Rio Destierro Barry has been wanting to photograph this river for 3 years now. He’s gone and set up and the river has been to low or to high, started raining really hard when we arrive or something screwy always happens. Well, finally here is the Rio Destierro at the San Bosco bend. I personally
This is Rio La Perla in San Bosco, Limon, Costa Rica. The river runs from Turrialba volcano down to where it meets up with Rio Destierro and the two form one larger river that runs on into the Caribbean Sea approximately 30 miles away.
Forest near Quetzal National Park, San Isidro This scene is from high up in the Costa Rican mountains near San Isidro. They are opening a new National Park there aptly names Parque Nacional Quetzal, because of the frequency of seeing the famed quetzal birds there. We were driving back from Playa Uvita and stopped in
Scottish sheep on the Isle of Harris in May.