The Ceviche Men of Montezuma

In the overfished Gulf of Nicoya, on the coast of Montezuma, Costa Rica, many men rely on unregulated small scale fishing to make a living. This fish both makes up their diet and is sold on for ceviche. Often they live on the beach, simultaneously trusting in the ocean and threatening the local wildlife, such as Olive Ridley sea turtles.

Eli Imadali is a Missoula, MT based photographer and student of ecology and photojournalism, mainly interested in documentary, portrait, and adventure photography. 

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