Posts Tagged ‘Dominican Republic’

A Lifeguard Station

I was disappointed that I did not post any blogs while I was down in Cabarete, the Dominican Republic for a couple of weeks.  I was on a crappy laptop with spotty wi-fi (that will be my excuse and I’m sticking with it).  But I’m back now and wanting to share some images with you. […]


Airborne Kite Surfer

This image was taken on Kite Beach in Cabarete, Dominican Republic.  I went to the beach hoping to get some decent shots about an hour before sunset.  I got there around 5:30pm, but the sun, which is of course already low in the horizon this time of year, was beginning to be blocked by the […]


Kite Beach at Cabarete, Dominican Republic

This image, which was taken at Kite Beach in Cabarete, Dominican Republic, illustrates why people come to Cabarete.  It is an ideal combination of wind, waves, and beach that makes it a great place to wind surf.  I stood and watched for awhile. It is hard to believe that so many surfers do not entangle […]


New Portfolio, “In the Hills Above Joba Arriba”

From my recent trip to Cabarete,  Dominican Republic I had the great joy of taking a hike up in the high forested hills above the village, or campos, of Joba Arriba with a woman I had met on the trip and became fast friends with.  With Marlene as my very accommodating guide and interpreter we […]