Rocks that tell stories. Santa Elena Bay. Costa Rica


The peninsula of Santa Elena, in Guanacaste, is a gigantic natural museum of rocks and water, which helps to understand how it was born, grew and continues to transform the small portion of territory that we know today as Costa Rica.


The peninsula of Santa Elena is like a great open book, in our pages we can read at least 130 million geological history of Costa Rica. In the photographs we can see the formations known as Casa Santa and La Pizarra which rise as geological munuments.

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really? sounds strange but wish to see it

18.09.2019 22:54

Hola @photographercr.
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18.09.2019 23:00

Isnt nature so amazing such cool formations in these beautiful shots

18.09.2019 23:20

The place is amazing, visit it a couple of times as part of a project to develop a tourism app for geological tours. Costa Rica is small but incredibly diverse in nature and landscapes.

19.09.2019 02:09

And you highlight the natural beauty so well with your brilliant shots Posted with

19.09.2019 08:59

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19.09.2019 05:25

I'm always so impressed with what nature can do. And how much we can destroy in such a short period of time since we are on Earth.

Beautiful shots. Truly amazing book pages.

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19.09.2019 06:57

Those are lovely pictures :)

19.09.2019 11:28

As a rock enthusiast I have to say, What an amazing rock!!! Love it!! Great pic!!!!

19.09.2019 14:31

Nice post

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