Following the series of blogs called “Life in El Yunque”, this one is dedicated to the biodiversity in the Juan Diego Creek Trail. This short trail leads you to the Juan Diego Creek Waterfall, a stunning waterfall of cold water where you can get in, and refresh yourself, specially if you go in the summer.
During my walk up the trail some rain fell, normal for the weather in El Yunque. But this rain, combined with the morning dew, and the firsts rays of light gave the forest a special glow, perfect for photography. These three elements made every color more intense, standing out from the shadows of the forest. That contrast between light and shadow is what I like to capture in my photos every time I go to El Yunque.
Here are a few photos from this visit.
Shades of green
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