This is a closer view of the cows in the foggy mountain pasture that I showed yesterday. It appears that these cattle in the highlands of the Central Valley area of Costa Rica are guernsey, dairy cattle. Because of the different weather in the Central Valley, the cattle are different. In the coastal area of northwest Costa Rica where Tamarindo is located, the cattle are primarily brahman, as they tolerate the warm weather.
This week photos of the architecture of Ronda, Spain, posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.