1. Costa Rica Brave Guard Dog

    "Perro que ladra, no muerde" -- A "dicho"

  2. Costa Rica Just Another Day In Tortuguero

    My wife and I relaxing on a very hot and humid day with our frequent visitor, Mocha.

  3. Honduras Tu Bandera

    WWSP Kinder class in Orocuina, Honduras sings national anthem 'Tu Bandera' of Honduras to share with WWSP Kinder class in Garner, North Carolina.

  4. Nicaragua Gentleman on Corn Island

    I traveled for a weekend to visit a volunteer site, which happend to be on Corn Island. Corn Island has a serious Caribbean flavor and at the time many unspoiled beaches. On a trek around the Island I came across this gentleman collecting coconuts. He had a tough life but was content in that he could make a modest living.  

  5. Costa Rica International Women's Day Photo Exhibit

    In honor of International Women's Day, I organized a month-long photography exhibit in my local bakery with photographs and writings by eleven women on the theme, "What does being a woman mean to you?"  There was an "art opening" that was celebrated with a traditional afternoon "cafecito."  Pictured, is the "cafecito."

  6. Costa Rica International Women's Day Photo Exhibit

    In honor of International Women's Day, I organized a month-long photography exhibit in my local bakery with photographs and writings by eleven women on the theme, "What does being a woman mean to you?"  There was an "art opening" that was celebrated with a traditional afternoon "cafecito."  Pictured, is the "cafecito."

  7. Costa Rica International Women's Day Photo Exhibit

    In honor of International Women's Day, I organized a month-long photography exhibit in my local bakery with photographs and writings by eleven women on the theme, "What does being a woman mean to you?"  There was an "art opening" that was celebrated with a traditional afternoon "cafecito."  

  8. Costa Rica International Women's Day Photo Exhibit

    In honor of International Women's Day, I organized a month-long photography exhibit in my local bakery with photographs and writings by eleven women on the theme, "What does being a woman mean to you?"  There was an "art opening" that was celebrated with a traditional afternoon "cafecito."

  9. Costa Rica Yard Clean up

    Young man cleaning his backyard under the heat near a corn field that was full of garbage, dirty clothes, old shoes, corn, plastic bags and many more things.  Love the brightness of this photo!

  10. Costa Rica Arroz con Leche

    Helping a community member make rice pudding for a fundraiser my town's womens soccer team organized that day. Traditionally, women cook on wood stoves.

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“Sunset at the Railroad” by PCV Nicholas Baylor Hall. Namibia, 2011.