In the meantime, Flamenco wave watching was on the agenda. The batteries weren't charged yet, so once more the trusty, but not so great phone camera came out for one more performance, and got to leave the stage with a good show at Flamenco.
|It's hard to get perspective on these waves, but if one of the surfers out there was in this shot, he would have only been about one quarter of this wave height.|
|Talking to Anita: 'Wow, this is the most crowded I've ever seen Flamenco!' Anita: 'Dude, it's always like this in winter, you just always go to Melones and Tamarindo!' Oh. Right.|
By the time I got home, the battery was charged. And so was I. Truthfully, I have very little idea what I'm doing with this camera yet, but I'm sure having fun figuring it out!
|Oh panorama! My backyard (well, the hill is next to me, but the bay is MINE)|
After playing in the yard it was time to head to the country for some time with Doug buddy, his bride and some other friends. p.s. the tacos from Zaco's were really excellent!
|Life is good! Thanks, Doug (and crew!) for such a nice getaway!|
|Culebra safari view|
|Some good pickin' and harp going on!|
|Have to try the panorama again - it works!|
Have a take it teasy Thursday! Do something ticklish.