Ailsa’s travel theme this week is Green. I’m going to deviate from emerald-green St. Patrick’s Day images and nature shots and post a photo of a church in the back country of Costa Rica sporting a unique shade of turquoise green. I love the vivid colors like this that are so popular in countries south of the border. You won’t see any American mega-churches painted this color. 😉
Every week Jake provides a theme for creative inspiration. Bloggers post their interpretations before the following Sunday, when Jake announces the next photo theme. Jake’s Sunday Post this week is Village; unfortunately Jake’s site is no longer active, so I can’t link to other interpretations.
Manuel Antonio is a fabulous national park, and I’ll post more pics in the coming weeks. The capuchin monkeys are abundant here, and they are quite bold about snatching things from tourists. We found these two in a quiet part of the park. We tiptoed closer to them, and they were so engrossed in grooming that they didn’t notice us. I didn’t have a great lens, but I was able to blow this image up a bit via my scanner.