What's your favorite time of day? Mine is when the night evaporates into day. Sunrise. There's gentle warmth, birds singing zip-a-de-do-da, soft sunlight and the smell of bacon frying! But at sunset, time slows down as the sun slinks back into the ocean. That's where it goes, right? The ocean swallows it up and spits it out the other side. Well, I like to think so.
Dogs love to romp on the beach at sunset.
People love to walk and share stories of their bountiful day in paradise.
Coconuts also like to bask in the receding sun. I love this photo.
I'm mesmerized by the light and color of this photograph. Thank goodness the fiery memory lives on inside the travel section of my brain. We were relaxing on the terrace of a grand and exotic ocean side estate, sipping embellished and expensive drinks while eating shrimp with a chocolate and papaya reduction. I'm kidding! We were parked on a weathered old stool at Rio Lindo. The lowly town pizza joint. Clean? Sometimes. Tasty? Absolutely. The view? You decide.
Rio Lindo sits along side the Baru river. The Baru hugs the wilds of Dominical jungle before depositing into the sea. At night, slim white egrets glide over the green water and head into the most amazing sunset you'll ever see. And this sunset happens every single night.
The price? Pizza. Oh, and a plane ticket to Costa Rica.
You've seen Costa Rica. Now head over to post card perfect Panama over at The Chorus of the Crows