orchid in the rain
I was staying in the rainforest near Cachi in Costa Rica. It did not stop raining. Nevertheless I took my camera and photographed the beautiful orchid in the rain.
the dark and the light
Even in the dark you can see the light. A beautiful orchid in the rain.
on a rainy day
Don't look flowers so much more interesting when it rains?
Bright and colourful
The flowers in the Costa Rican' rainforest are so colourful. The raindrops make it so much more interesting. Rain can be a beautiful thing.
Walking through the rain forest in Costa Rica is paradise for flower lovers.
Orchid in the rain
A beautiful orchid after the rain in Costa Rica.
orange gazania flower
I found this beautiful orange gazania flower on our way to the Inca trail in Peru.
orchid from the Inca trail
Beautiful flowers on the Inca trail, Peru.
Auburn's Botanical Garden has currently the cherry blossom festival on. I can feel spring is on its way.
cherry blossom in spring
Sydney has its cherry blossom festival in Auburn's botanical garden the last two weeks in August each year. I can feel the spring is coming.
chery blosssom festival
Everybody is waiting for the winter to end and spring to begin. The cherry blossom festival in Sydney's suburb Auburn is one of a hidden spot you can visit. What a beautiful world we live in.
The great Kiskadee
On a rainy day in Costa Rica's rainforest near Cachi, I was looking out of the window and noticed this beautiful Kiskadee.
Red squirrel monkey
Costa Rica has an amazing wildlife you can see. I was lucky to see the small red squirrel monkey.
It is amazing what a tourguide in the Costa Rican' rainforest can show you. I wouldn't have been able to see the beautiful yellow caterpillar.
A sloth with a big smile was posing for my camera. Happy smiling.
Al Paca from the Sacred Valley
Isn't he a cute guy? A curious Al Paca watching the visitors of the Ccaccaccollo community in the Sacred Valley in Peru.
the king penguin from Beagle Channel
Penguin from Ushuaia
the penguin from Beagle channel
Hello from a sea lion in Ballestas Islands, Peru
The National Reserve of paracas has 335,000 hectares and is inhabited by an enormous variety of birds, amongst which are Humboldt Penguins, Flamingoes and Pariguana.
The blue footed Bubi in Paracas, Peru
The birds from Cronulla. The Kookaburra is funny to listen to; they sound like they are laughing their heads off. Not sure if you find this funny at 4am in the morning though. Welcome to Australia.