The Osa Peninsula juts off southwestern Costa Rica and extends into the Pacific Ocean. Incredibly, at least half of all species living in Costa Rica can be found here. Corcovado National Park covers about a third of the area and has been called “the most biologically intense place on Earth” by National Geographic.
Shot almost entirely in five days using a GoPro, this video offers an intimate study of the Osa Peninsula. It can be viewed as many things, be it a meditation on nature’s beauty or an exploration of the tendency to insert ourselves into and shape the physical environment before considering the ramifications of those alterations.