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Volume 18.1 Features:
B News: The Rainforest of Costa Rica
Lying in bed, we can hear the rain pound on the thatch roof overhead. It’s another brief night storm, which is typical and with its end, the smells of the forest waft in. Fresh, sweet, pungent, warm, and humid, the smells swirl about. In our busy world, it’s hard to imagine life revolving around just one living entity. But in the rainforest, that’s how it is, and it is simply, miraculous! With the life giving rain, sounds emerge from beyond our room that in seconds is without doubt the most harmonic symphony on the planet. It takes no imagination to picture the magic awaiting you right outside your door, though it’s pitch black. It makes it hard to go back to sleep, excited to see what the sun will bring. With the first particles of daylight skimming across the moist air, the Howler Monkeys announce the start of the day, and life in the rainforest is renewed.
Sharon and I were incredibly fortunate to venture to the Costa Rican rainforest with the Nikon D7100 project, spending three glorious weeks in this Shangri-La in 2013 (and going back 2017). We’ve been very fortunate to venture to many spectacular locales on the globe and always say, “We’d love to return,” but there are so many still to visit for the first time, we never seem to make it back. Costa Rica was number one on the list of places we wanted to return to, but didn’t think it would ever happen. We were so thrilled when K&M Adventures went international and our first destination would be, Costa Rica!
I WANT YOU TO GO to the rainforest! There are so many great reasons why, from emotional to photographic, from cultural to environmental. I figure the best way to get you there is to provide you all the information possible to give the most incredible time and come back with the best images that you feel guilty if you didn’t go. So let’s get to it!