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The first time I visited the northern edge of Costa Rica’s southern Pacific coast, it left an impression on me the way a lightning bolt marks the sky. If I could choose one place in the world to live—a choice free of any worry, responsibility, or need, thinking solely of myself—I’d choose a place hidden in some green corner between Dominical and Uvita.

The southern Pacific region of Costa Rica is a paradise in every sense of that word, but I don’t need to go too far south to come across this miracle. For me, it’s right there at the start of the south, close to Pérez Zeledón, just a few hours from San José, surrounded by nature, conservation, community, and pleasures (above all, good food).

I was able to visit the beaches, mountains and rivers between Dominical and Uvita several times over many years, when I was a photography tourism guide. Each time I visited, I fell in love a little more. It became my laboratory for experiencing photography and discovering wildlife. And that’s how, without meaning to and without realizing it, and in a secret way that today I make public in El Colectivo 506, I left in that place a little piece of my heart.

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Mónica (Co-Fundadora, Editora Gráfica) es una galardonada fotoperiodista con 15 años de experiencia en el desarrollo de proyectos fotográficos en el área editorial, retrato, vida silvestre, comida y arquitectura. Además, cuenta con experiencia en escritura y redacción y una maestría en Producción Audiovisual y Multimedia. Mónica (Co-Founder, Graphic Editor) is an award-winning photojournalist with 15 years of experience developing photographic projects in the editorial, portrait, wildlife, food and architecture areas. In addition, she has experience in writing and a master's degree in Audiovisual and Multimedia Production.

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