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Jul 23
Bajando la fiebre | El Coral, Chontales

Bajando la fiebre | El Coral, Chontales


We couldn’t afford a volleyball net at my site so my new brothers   made one for us and the community to use | Chontales, Nicaragua

We couldn’t afford a volleyball net at my site so my new brothers made one for us and the community to use | Chontales, Nicaragua


Jul 14
Passing through | El Coral, Chontales, Nicaragua, this is where I now call home

Passing through | El Coral, Chontales, Nicaragua, this is where I now call home


Jul 3
Everyday from 9am to 10am my room turns into a camera obscura and reflects the passing clouds on the floor | Chontales, Nicaragua

Everyday from 9am to 10am my room turns into a camera obscura and reflects the passing clouds on the floor | Chontales, Nicaragua


There is something wonderful about being able to look out and feeling lost in a sea of green, not knowing where you are except for the road your standing on | Chontales, Nicaragua

There is something wonderful about being able to look out and feeling lost in a sea of green, not knowing where you are except for the road your standing on | Chontales, Nicaragua


Jun 27
Vaccine Day | El Venado, Nicaragua

Vaccine Day | El Venado, Nicaragua


Jun 25
Nadando en El Rio Rama cerci del El Ceiba | Colonia Rio Rama, Nicaragua  the Ceiba tree grows 60-70 meters and is considered a sacred tree by many mesoamerican cultures. It’s branches we’re believed to be a seat for the gods to watch people walking below and it’s height also represented a link between heaven and the underworld

Nadando en El Rio Rama cerci del El Ceiba | Colonia Rio Rama, Nicaragua the Ceiba tree grows 60-70 meters and is considered a sacred tree by many mesoamerican cultures. It’s branches we’re believed to be a seat for the gods to watch people walking below and it’s height also represented a link between heaven and the underworld


Sunrise | Chontales, Nicaragua Newborns are taken outside during sunrise to help them grow faster and a red string is placed on their forehead and a cashew bracelet on their wrist to ward off the ‘evil eye’

Sunrise | Chontales, Nicaragua Newborns are taken outside during sunrise to help them grow faster and a red string is placed on their forehead and a cashew bracelet on their wrist to ward off the ‘evil eye’


Jun 20
Rainy days | Chontales, Nicaragua

Rainy days | Chontales, Nicaragua


Jun 19
El Centro | Chontales, Nicaragua

El Centro | Chontales, Nicaragua


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