Tierra Viva Costa Rica Volcanoes Book

Tierra Viva Costa Rica Volcanoes Book

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Native Costa Ricans, Juan José Pucci and his sons Sergio and Giancarlo, have captured the wild beauty of the volcanoes of their home country in astonishing photographs. Their new book features photos of 20 of Costa Rica’s most magnificent volcanoes.

Using aerial and land shots, the book provides a comprehensive view of Costa Rica’s volcanic landscapes. From craters and brightly colored lagoons, every single picture is absolutely breathtaking. Other contributions give factual information about the areas including the legends and tales surrounding their history.

Anyone fascinated by the awe-inspiring power of volcanoes will appreciate the stunning images captured in this book.

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