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London Travel Photography

London Travel Photography

I walked all around center London looking for stories, and every day I found something new and interesting to capture.

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Devil went down to Turrialba

Devil went down to Turrialba

I got there! After a long drive between farms and small tows, I got just to the volcano. 
It was beautiful.

Volcán Turrialba

Devil went down to Turrialba

I stopped to get directions from the locals

I stopped to get directions from the locals. 

As you may hear on the news, my country has been struggling with the Turrialba Volcano. It has been having some activity and basically, the whole country is covered with ashes now. 
I went down to Turrialba to see how things were going on there, take some pictures and record video footage.
I was trying  to get as close as possible to the volcano but the police have the road closed. So I stopped to get directions from the locals. 
Later I will show you how my trip ended. 

 I stopped to get directions from the locals. 

Turrialba Volcano Costa Rica

I stopped to get directions from the locals. 

195 years of independence

195 years of independence

I'm so happy today!. 195 years since we got the freedom from the Spain. I feel so proud to be Tico and live in the happiest country of the world.

195 years of independence195 years of independence

Smells like kid spirit

Smells like kid spirit

Since I have memory, I've been always trying to create, fix or change something. And it's funny because writing this words and trying to remember the memories of my life, I realized that never changed. I grew up and still trying to create, fix or change every day.  Across this way, I've been using different tools for that, but the inner-child is always there pushing to do something, keeping myself busy. 
Is you inner-child still alive?

me, just a while time ago

Smells like kid spirit

Retratos de animales en Toucan Rescue Ranch, Costa Rica - crissorama

Esta semana comenzamos un proyecto muy interesante, estamos tomando retratos de estudio de los animales de un refugio. Ellos reciben criaturas que han sido maltratadas, las cuidan hasta su recuperación y luego liberación. Algunos necesitan más tiempo para recuperarse, otros simplemente no pueden volver a su ambiente natural. Por lo que son huéspedes vitalicios del refugio. 

Nuestro principal interés surgió por la idea de trabajar fotografía de naturaleza; ¿cómo viviendo en un país tan vende y con tanta biodiversidad, un fotógrafo no trabaja fotografía de naturaleza?. Luego de una visita de trabajo social a este refugio, se nos  nos ocurrió la gran idea de trabajar con estos animales, pero en una de nuestras especialidades, el retrato.
Ahora este proyecto pretende ayudar a recaudar fondos para el refugio y que así le puedan abrir sus puertas a quienes lo necesiten 

Aquí pueden ver un poco de lo que hemos trabajado, próximamente podrán ver más.