WWOOFING at Hacienda Luz de Corazon Days are quiet on the farm. awake to the sunrise. swing out of the hammock. stretch & outta the yome. light up the kitchen stove. heat up the water. pour over the coffee sock. feed the 6 dogs in order…Woo-Chin-Chee first, then Gordo, Krishna, Buddyyy, and then Eve&Lily. […]Read more "Off the Grid Farm Living in Costa Rica"
I shot this roll of film last year in Humboldt, Oregon, and Washington D.C. It’s the first time I got a black and white developed and I enjoyed how most of the pictures turned out even though it was overcast on most shots. I will definitely want to try this film again on days when […]Read more "B&W in Town, Coast, & Snow"
taken from korduroy.tv INGREDIENTS 2 tbsp coconut oil, protects against uv rays and provides moisture 2 tbsp beeswax, waterproofing agent holds moisture and reduces dryness. That’s why you find it in burt’s bees lip balm. 2 tbsp zinc oxide, the sunblock material There are two different types of sunscreens, chemical and physical. The skin absorbs chemical sunscreens. When the […]Read more "DIY Organic Sunblock"
The best part about camping is waking up to the morning crisp air and not rushing to get started with your day. And rather than waking up to a humanized alarm clock, you wake up to the sun and tune in with the earth. It feels good. Camping is also nice because you spend time […]Read more "Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park Base Camp"
My friend and I stayed in a couple of hostels in Costa Rica. Rugged dormitory beds. Cold showers. Sleeping in a room with strangers. Stretchin’ your dollars. It was heaven. I wanted to spend time living in discomfort. I wanted to live simply and remove the conveniences from my daily routine. You share a room […]Read more "Hostel Good Life"
Took my brother around to shoot photos.Read more "Day Trippin’ with Film"
One of those sweetest moments that we sometimes lose as we grow up is to experience those feelings of energy and excitement of a child when you see something amazing.Read more "Wildlife in Costa Rica"
The internship I’m participating in this summer consists of twenty students who are all from various backgrounds. Many of us come from Native American tribes or from the Pacific Islands. Earlier this week, we visited a high school in the Ngobe village, one of the indigenous tribes of Costa Rica. We had the opportunity to […]Read more "Cultural Exchange with Ngobe High School Students"
We took a visit to a village of the Boruca Indigenous group of Costa Rica to observe their cultural traditions and unique craftsmanship. Much of their artistry revolves around their woodworking skills in which they carve masks that symbolize devil spirits. These deviled masks represent their ancestors who protected their villages from invaders. The Boruca […]Read more "Visit to the Boruca Indigenous Group of Costa Rica"