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Tico Times contributors make Buzzfeed list for top Costa Rica Instagram accounts

December 20, 2014

We’ve always known that our photographers are amazing. But now Buzzfeed – the leading authority on making cute animals, pop culture and apparently politics go viral – has confirmed it. The Instagram accounts of Tico Times collaborators Andrés Madrigal and Erin Morris were named the second and third best for making people want to travel to Costa Rica. Here’s Madrigal’s account. Here’s Morris’. Both are consultants to the The Tico Times and contribute photos and articles. Additionally, Madrigal co-founded the magazine Costa Rica Traveler, and Morris runs her own graphic design business.

By the way, The Tico Times also has its own Instagram account, which is pretty enticing as well.

Following are some of Morris’ and Madrigal’s Instagram photographs (their high-res photos are just as good):

Erin Morris
Courtesy of Erin Morris
Courtesy of Andres Madrigal
Courtesy of Andres Madrigal
Courtesy of Erin Morris
Courtesy of Erin Morris

 

Courtesy of Andres Madrigal
Courtesy of Andres Madrigal

 

Erin Morris
Courtesy of Erin Morris
Courtesy of Erin Morris
Courtesy of Andres Madrigal
(Courtesy of Erin Morris)
Courtesy of Erin Morris
Courtesy of Andres Madrigal
Courtesy of Andres Madrigal

 

 

 

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