8 Days in the Rainforest

2 Dec

Just back from the Costa Rica Flora and Fauna Workshop, and thought we’d share a few highlights. The week was transformational start to finish, from the eager, supportive and talented group of mosaic artists assembled to the serene and endlessly surprising rainforest and biodynamic farm at Finca Luna Nueva, to the kind and generous Costa Ricans who embraced us and taught us, to the fresh organic food, and the so-not-your-average-day adventures. More fabulous photos by super-lens Susan Walden here. We’ll definitely be back. If you’re interested in the next session, please let us know in the comment section. Pura Vida!

Click on the first photo and scroll through for descriptions.

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5 Responses to “8 Days in the Rainforest”

  1. Cindi December 2, 2013 at 2:47 PM #

    Have really enjoyed all the posts and pictures of your fabulous retreat! YES, please! I would love to go….I’m saving up my pennys! 🙂

    • Pamela Goode December 2, 2013 at 2:56 PM #

      Would love that Cindi — you’re on the list!

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