You may want to look at these previous posts on Ecuador.
Another set from the Galapagos Archipelago offshore Ecuador, South America. As with the previous post on the Giant Tortoises, there’s something prehistoric about the Marine Iguanas too. As there are often Sally Lightfoot Crabs – Latin name Graspus Graspus , yes, really – nearby to the Iguanas, I’ve included them too.
As before, more to follow as I work through what I shot. In the meantime, you may want to look at these previous posts on Ecuador.
A selection of Galapagos Giant Tortoise photos taken in the ‘Highlands’ of Santa Cruz Island, in the Galapagos Archipelago offshore Ecuador, South America. Something prehistoric about these ancient looking creatures and, without anthropomorphising too much, full of character.
We stayed at the excellent Finch Bay Eco-Hotel and had a variety of fantastic, well-organised trips to see the unusual wildlife and landscape. We had good guides, in particular Valentine, who was easy-going, yet knowledgeable and authoritative, plus a friendly team in the hotel led by yer man Carlos.
And her’s a shot from the Tortoise breeding programme to conserve the species endemic to the various islands. As you can see, this wee fella is tiny compared to the fully grown adult above.
And finally, walking out of the picture…
More to follow as I work through what I shot. In the meantime, you may want to look at these previous posts on Ecuador.