What I believe to be Lycoperdon pyriforme, another apparently-edible species, growing on a downed log.
A waterfall by a trail, in Monteverde Cloudforest Reserve. Nothing in the cloudforest really stays still for long enough to make a blurred-water shot, the result of dripping water, so the leaves near the top are blurred by motion almost as much as the waterfall.
Some kind of large brown beetle high in the canopy, photographed from the hanging bridge in Monteverde National Park.
Some form of Dynastes?
A small mountain horse grazes a ridgeline, with low clouds behind it, in Simien Mountains National Park.
Beans for sale atthe market are measured out in little cans. The can is heaped as high as it will go, and the amount that stays is the base amount that you purchase in multiples of. This practice of heaping measures was essentially universal in Ethiopia, so far as I could tell.
A woman in earth-tones nicely matches the color of a wall with fading whitewash. Shortly afterwards, in preparation for Ramadan, all the walls and houses of the city were freshly repainted and whitewashed, and all those that could afford new clothes purchased them.
I was consciously trying to capture scenes of women traveling through the walled streets of Harar. There are few vehicles in the Jubol (the old city), and all kinds of errands are carried out by hand and foot.
Sorry for the less-than-inspired title.