Lonely Costa Rica Street

I was sitting in a bar with friends and I had a camera with me and they asked me if I could take a shot with my cameras that I had in my bag. I knew I had a mini tripod so I just attached my Sony RX100M3 onto it, leveled it and then went ahead and took the shot. It was an 8 second exposure and while not visually compelling I thought I share what a supposed compact camera can do at ISO 80 and a tripod.

Enjoy.

Lonely Costa Rican Street

Sharing the Shade

Could not post yesterday due to a work schedule from hell that saw me working 14 hours so I’ll redeem myself today with this one.  The shadows and the bright sunlight made this shot hard to edit but I liked it and the lottery seller (the guy sitting) saw me taking the picture.  I just like the contrast of the two guys sitting in the shade and enjoying it.

Sharing the Shade
Panasonic LX7, 24mm, ISO 80, f/2.8, 1/200

Coffee Anyone

I have been buying coffee from this place in the Central Market since my first trip to Costa Rica years ago.  This guy has been working there the last 3 years or so and is always excited to see me with a camera and then rapid fires Spanish at me.  I have to tell him to settle down Beavis (really ask him to speak slower) and then he wants pictures taken.  I debated on leaving it in color but the light was horrible so enjoy.  For those two readers most interested in my visits there, yes I have your coffee.

Coffee Anyone
Panasonic LX7, 24mm, ISO 320, f/1.4