The reflection adds a whole new dimention to this photo. I wonder what kinds of interesting creatures are in the those trees. :)
Ah, the gorgeous green of Costa Rica! I have been in that fabulous country. I like your blog!
I agree with James, the reflection add so much to the photo. Bravo!
Like a green arrow, that leads our eyes to the end of the forest!
Que giro! este site dos reflections puxa muito pelo olho!!
It's so beautifully green! And the shadows and reflections are striking. Wonderful.
Beautiful shot and so green and fresh!
That is a beautiful reflection!
gorgeous reflection, love the jungle and the deep green. I was in CR last year, but we didn't make it to Tortugera - next time definitely!
Were you on a boat? Must have been an exciting ride!God bless you!Cezar
Great reflection of jungle-like foliage meeting with water.
Nice one. Like how it tapers off into the vanishing point. Cool.
Tus fotos siempre nos muestran un mundo maravilloso, gracias!Saludos cordiales.
So much green. Clicking on the photo to zoom really puts me right there on the water.
JMahhh...mazing. my friend wants me to go to costa rica with her. i will do it. i saw all her photos too and she loved it.have a great weekend~laura
Fantastic reflection, absolutely wonderful and lush jungle — no way anyone will get me to step inside that thing. ;) Hope you have a wonderful weekend, JM!
An amazing reflection. The two halves look like a tree on its side, but I'm glad it's a nice, healthy rainforest instead. There must be tapirs in there. . . .
What a gorgeous reflection. Some good friends just returned from Costa Rica and their photos are amazing, what a beautiful country. Kathy
WOW! This is an amazing shot :-)
This must be a wonderful place to explore. I bet there are many birds making it alive with sounds.
superbe,quelle couleur ;O)
Wow! amazing scenic view of the National Park.
A lovely reflection shot of Tortuguero. I loved my stay in Tortuguero. It had all type of critters though. I saw a beautiful eyelash pit viper with green and pinkish red. There were also poison dart frogs, caiman, howler monkeys, sloths, toucans, jesus christ lizard, and more. great memory
How I would love to go looking in that forest for bugs. :) I will bet it holds many as interesting ones as what I have here.
Que floresta "apetitosa"! Que bela foto!
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