Nica-work

The week in Nicaragua has been full of hard work. Well, it was kinda the intention… Even though sometimes I’d feel more like lying in the hammock under a palm tree than going off to a gig, I really can’t complain. Is there a better profession than being a photographer?

Here’s a little sneak peek to things we’ve done, places we have seen and people we have interviewed. Working with the subjects without mutual language has been challenging, but everybody is so friendly I sometimes feel like the camera takes the pictures by itself.

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Shoemaker.

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Park ranger at the volcano of Masaya.

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Holding a newborn “tortuga” in the La Flor nature reservation.

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Fisherman in San Juan Del Sur

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Making saddles in Monimbo.

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Traditional nica-food; tostones.

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The best colleague ❤

 

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