The Creatures of the Night

The Creatures of the Night

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Nocturnal Photography, although very challenging can ve also very rewarding.

Not only is the time where a lot of strange and cryptic animals are most active, but in terms of photography, the creative freedom that you have with the lights and the shadows is awesome.

Next time you are in the forest, try to go at night to see what you can find. You will definitely learn something new from the experience.

Glass Frog in bromelia at the low lands of Costa Rica
Corteza Amarilla(Tabebuia ochracea) under the stars at Guanacaste, Costa Rica. http://www.chrisjimenez.net
Silky anteater(Cyclopes didactylus) crossing a vine at night at the low lands of Costa Rica, Guapiles, Cope Wildlife
Tarantula at night
Mexican Mouse Opossum (Marmosa mexicana) catching a cricket at night over a river at the low lands of Costa Rica, Guapiles, Cope Wildlife
Red-eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas) in the rain at the low lands of Costa Rica
Mexican Mouse Opossum (Marmosa mexicana) catching a cricket at night over a river at the low lands of Costa Rica
Hognosed pitviper(Porthidium nasutum) in the rain at the lowlands of Costa Rica
Glass Frog at night at the low lands of Costa Rica
Common Long-tongued Bat(Glossophaga soricina) feeding from banana flowers, in San Jose Costa Rica
Red-eyed tree frog (Agalychnis callidryas) holding from a leaf in the night at the low lands of Costa Rica
Common Long-tongued Bat(Glossophaga soricina) feeding from orquid flower at night at the low lands of Costa Rica
Savage's Thin-toed Frog (Leptodactylus savagei) at night
Honduran white bat tent (Ectophylla alba) in flight at the low lands of Costa Rica
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