Monday, July 9, 2012

Tamarindo estuary mangrove reflections

I took one of the little boats in yesterday's post on an excursion up the Tamarindo estuary, on the north edge of town.  This is a protected area, as it is part of the Las Baulas National Marine Park.   These are mangrove trees that line the estuary shores.

Tamarindo is separated on the north and south by the Tamarindo estuary and the Langosta estuary.  This makes the area sort of like a peninsula as far as access from the rest of the area, as there is no direct access to the land across the estuaries.

We are showing photos of Bangkok, Thailand on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site this week.  We loved it, and we hope you will enjoy our photos.

8 comments:

Kate said...

Another beautiful lush scene. Great reflecton, too.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

lovely reflection

Sharon said...

The water here is still enough to get a great reflection shot!

Lois said...

It looks so peaceful.

Suzie said...

I really love mangroves and this picture is great! They are so peaceful and full of wildlife!

Valladolid Daily Photo said...

These waters seem a haven of peace and tranquility. Very good reflection.

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