On our way to Bocas del Toro we stayed in a beautiful lodge at Cahuita on Costa Rica’s Caribbean Coast. On the gray, rainy drive to Cahuita we passed this long, deserted beach with painted palms stretching for hundreds of feet, between the highway and the shore. As we stopped to look, the clouds broke and there was a rainbow. It was a moment of whimsical serendipity that made a lasting impression.
At Cahuita the lodge was built in and among the rainforest trees and plants so that each room looked out on its own little wilderness. Outside our room in the middle of the rainy garden, was an abandoned bicycle, painted in rainbow colors. This is a version of my photo, printed on metallic shot cotton, hand colored and machine stitched.
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