The vibrant tropical colors, the early morning and late afternoon tropical light, and the diverse wildlife never fail to delight me and inspire my photographic eye.
We turned another corner and on the shore stood more than 50 Emberá villagers playing music, banging drums and clapping their hands in unison.
It was a hot, humid morning, and we are soaking wet. But it didn't matter because we are all in awe of this incredibly beautiful and dynamic rainforest.
I am especially excited about the snorkeling in the islands of Guna Yala, as this is one of the most pristine places in Panama.
It was special to watch them study our clothes, cameras and everything about us.