Adrian Hepworth's Costa Rica: A Journey Through Nature takes readers on a spectacular photographic journey through one of the most biologically diverse countries on the planet. Above a trail, a puma stands majestically on a tree limb surveying the forest below; an iridescent blue butterfly flutters through the air; the jewel-like feathers of a resplendent quetzal sparkle in a cloud forest; a female sea snake and her newly born offspring struggle across a beach under a relentless sun; and early morning light reveals a turtle spraying clouds of sand over its nest.
The second edition of Costa Rica: A Journey Through Nature includes over 100 new photographs, new maps, a new introduction, and updated text throughout. Bringing together dramatic images and informative descriptions, Costa Rica: A Journey Through Nature provides a remarkable account of wild animals in Costa Rica, their behavior, and the sublime landscapes that they inhabit.
Adrian Hepworth was born in Lichfield. He traveled extensively throughout Asia, Australia, and New Zealand before arriving in Costa Rica in 1993. Since 1996 he has worked as a freelance wildlife and travel photographer. He has twice been a winner in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition, and his images appear regularly in publications around the world.