For arachnophobes, the weeks following Halloween would have brought some real fright.
The hills are alive with the sounds of San Luis de Monteverde.
“It’s 2:30am again!” That is a frequent saying of mine the past four weeks, usually followed by a thought of, “I should have went to bed earlier.” 2:30am, that’s the time my work begins in the day. I am the current moth intern here at UGA Costa Rica and every morning I wake up at 2:30am to venture out around the campus to check two light traps for moths! Hundreds of beautiful moths filling the light walls and my mission is to take a photo of every one of them.
To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of UGA Costa Rica (UGACR), we gathered members of the UGACR community in San Luis de Monteverde to tell us what they like about UGACR!
Blog post and video contribution by UGACR Photojournalism Intern Bilan Haji-Mohamed
An ancient Chinese proverb dictates, “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” My scenic journey was actually closer to 2,100 miles but nevertheless, come along as I take the first step to trade in life in the concrete jungle for one a little bit more…pure.
Put down that ibuprofen, move aside aceitamenophen. Have a headache? Nature has got you covered.