Categories Portraits Street Photography Costa Rican Faces – Black and White Post author By Induced Chaos Photography Post date September 27, 2012 6 Comments on Costa Rican Faces – Black and White Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestPocketTumblrRedditEmailLike Loading... Tags Arts, Camera, Central America, Costa Rica, Costa Rican, culture, details, Micro Four Thirds system, Panasonic Corporation, people, Photographers, photography, San Jose, shopping, Shutter button, street photography, Techniques and Styles, Tico, travel, Travel and Tourism, Travelogues ← Costa Rican Faces – In Color → Cualquier Persona Helado? 6 replies on “Costa Rican Faces – Black and White” Another great collection! Great work… These are my favorite from the stuff I shot. I point out again that there is nothing stopping you. Get a 28, 35, or 50 lens and get shooting. Nice selection, a couple of the lottery sellers could almost be Thai. Pity that their young ones have discovered grafitti… Lots of Asian blood in Latin America. I have just grafiti shots to get to yet. Is there really a lot of Asian blood in Latin America? This is something of which I am completely unaware. Details please,with sources if you can. As a passionate amateur anthropologist, you’ve really got my interest up! Yes. Lots of immigrants from Asia in particular China. Most Latin American countries have a China Town in the capital cities. Plus the Native American’s have an Asian look about them so when they marry outside the tribe the look is very exotic. Comments are closed.