Photo/Video Travel United States

Puerto Rico in Polaroids

For the past three months, I have been living and freelancing from “The Isle of Enchantment” a.k.a. Puerto Rico. The island, known for it’s white sand beaches and coral reefs, is a US territory nestled in the Caribbean right next to Dominican Republic. For US citizens like me, this means that this little piece of paradise is close to home, easy to work in, zero problems switching bank accounts or phone numbers, and lots of fellow “gringos” living nearby.

Two people I’ve met during my stay in the little surf town of Rincon is Zach Edwards and Jenna Webb, a laid-back, wave chasing couple from the east coast, USA. They worked their butts off during the summer months back at home in order to move to Rincon. They’ve been living, surfing, and exploring the island for the past 8 months buying $0.89 Medela Lights, jumping off waterfalls, making and selling jewelry at the weekly Art Walk, all the while, documenting their adventures via an old school polaroid camera.

Check out their collection of bad ass photos and catchy captions showcasing what the Island Life is all about.
This is how to live.

 

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before after indicators crew morning pelican sunset mermaid crashboat jumper twig zach_surfing hammock bigwave_dave lookout cemetary fort waterfall pencil iced casa cook corcega sunday mowing jenna rainforest fire bamboo sheep

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