Rainy Season Sunset in Tamarindo –
Lucky, lucky, LUCKY me! The most magical sunset of this past week just so happened during the same afternoon of a family photo session for some of my favorite clients. The typical afternoon thundering and dark skies held off, only dropping a couple drizzling rain drops here and there, which set the stage for a breathtaking rainy season sunset in Tamarindo. Bada bing, bada BOOM:
To say the least, I’m so, so, soooo blessed to work with clients that turn into beautiful friends. If you want to see more gorgeous photos from this family session, head on over to the blog post on my photography website.
What else, what else? Ah, yes — did you know that I grew up sailing on the Hudson River in New York? On weekends during the summer my family would hop on on our sailboat and cruise around. When I was in middle school, every summer I looked forward to sailing camp. For a young teenager, it was pure freedom, harnessing the power of the wind and flying across the water. And when my friends and I were not racing our small sailboats, 420s, against each other, our favorite thing to do was to capsize our boats on purpose to see who could right the boat the fastest. Teenagers will be teenagers… No wonder why I am slightly obsessed with this schooner sailboat based out of Tamarindo, Antares — and consequently why you see so me take so many sunset photos with Antares!
OK, enough rambling for now. Enjoy the sunsets from this past week in Tamarindo. Next week I have a little surprise for you!