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Another hummingbird shot taken at one of our multi-flash setups in the Costa Rican cloud forest. The black-bellied hummingbird is among the smaller ones that we saw, but definitely not less active or fast than any of the others.
On the way back home after spending two weeks in Costa Rica. The picture shows a Fiery-throated Hummingbird living in the Savegre area in the highlands of Costa Rica. This hummingbird looks dark at first, but when the light catches it at the right angle, it shows a brilliant blue crown and the chest shines in all colors of the rainbow. Really fascinating to watch.
Costa Rica's wildlife is spectacular and colourful. One of the most amazing species is definitely the Red-Eyed Tree Frog with its vibrant colors and wonderful eyes - here sitting on a red button ginger flower.
Quickly some color on my gallery that turned black lately. Here are some butterflies
Una de las primeras trabajadas en la EMF Realejos y perteneciente a una serie sobre Costa Rica
My first wild toucan! This beautiful little guy perched in the open until he was run off by a much larger Black Vulture...darn vulture! Toucans and woodpeckers share the same order, Piciformes, and are many of my favorite birds.
A canopy lizard sitting on a plant in Tortuguero National Park.
Feliz dia de las flores a todos mis amigos de Flickr!
Happy day of flowers to all my Flickr friends!
Feliz dia das flores para todos os meus amigos do Flickr!
A brown violet-ear hummingbird approaching a flower. This type of hummingbird was quite rare in the areas we visited, so I am happy I got this shot.
Fruits of the entrails of mother earth. Bananas...
In-flight shot of a female green-crowned brilliant hummingbird near Catarata del Toro in Costa Rica. The green-crowned brilliant was one of the hummingbirds we saw frequently and I have quite a lot of pictures, but this one is one of my favorites because the tail feathers are so nicely spread.
Another in-flight shots of one of the scarlet macaws we photographed near Arenal.
Walk in the village of Tortuguero. People live there as close to nature as possible. The houses are small because people always live outside.
Fueron unas vacaciones muy activas de estar todo el día en la playa con la tabla de surf por lo que no traía mi cámara conmigo todo el tiempo. Justo cuando iba a ocultarse el sol salí por ella.
Grazing Brahma bull. A sweet animal of a neighbor!
Pasto de toro Brahma. Un animal muy dulce de un vecino!
Pastoreio touro Brahma. Um animal muito doce de um vizinho!
This is the first of many Costa Rican bird photographs that I'll upload! It was a fantastic trip, where I was able to see more than 100 lifebirds. The climate and people were both amazing!
This male Scintillant Hummingbird is tiny...6.5 cm (a couple centimeters less than a Ruby-throated Hummingbird). It was fun to see them flying around with some of the giants of the hummer world like the Magnificent!