Galápagos Islands

The Galápagos Islands is a volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. It's considered one of the world's foremost destinations for wildlife-viewing.
2T0A9255  The iguana is A classic specie from Guayaquil and is visible in different areas of the city. According to biologists, they settled in the early days of the city, during the colonial times, because water, mangroves and willow trees surround the city, whose fruits are their favorite food. The parks are filled with their presence due to their proximity to the river and because people did not pursue them, since it is not edible specie in our diet. 2T0A9257  Iguana Park (Parque de Las Iguanas) is located in Guayaquil. Pat Huddle and Marie Garcia Shaffner. 2T0A9259  An iguana in the Iguana Park (Parque de Las Iguanas)  in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9263  Greg and Pat Huddle at the Iguana Park (Parque de Las Iguanas)  in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9269  Catedral Metropolitana de Guayaquil in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9270  Catedral Metropolitana de Guayaquil in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
2T0A9284  Marie Garcia Shaffner in the Catedral Metropolitana de Guayaquil in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9281  Tour of the Catedral Metropolitana de Guayaquil in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Georgia and Don Chirieleison, Greg and Pat Huddle 2T0A9290  Open market in  Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9291  Open market in  Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9294  Greg Huddle in the open market in  Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9296  Open market in  Guayaquil, Ecuador.
2T0A9302  Marie Garcia Shaffner in the open market Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9305  Marie Garcia Shaffner in the open market Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9306  Open market Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9314  Guayaquil is the nation's largest city and the capital of Guayas Province. Guayaquil is on the Guayas River about 60 kilometres (40 mi) north of the Gulf of Guayaquil, near the Equator. 2T0A9326  Marie Garcia Shaffner, Guayaquil. Ecuador. 2T0A9329  Pat Huddle, Greg Huddle and Marie Garcia Shaffner Guayaquil, Ecuador.
2T0A9333  Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9339  Street scene Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9340  Street scene Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9342  Greg Huddle Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9344  Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9352  Marie Garcia Shaffner and Pat Huddle Guayaquil, Ecuador.
2T0A9355  Hat shop in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9358  Making a straw hat in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9359  Hat shop in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9361  Greg Huddle and Marie Garcia Shaffner in a hat shop Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9371  Marie Garcia Shaffner, Greg Huddle and Pat Huddle  in a hat shop Guayaquil, Ecuador. 2T0A9375  Marie garcia Shaffner on board the ship, Evolution.
2T0A9408  On board the ship, Evolution headed  to the Daphne Islands. April Hardee., Judy Goodner, Ken Goodner 2T0A9410  On board the ship, Evolution headed  to the Daphne Islands. Gary Hardee and April Hardee. 2T0A9436  Masked Booby, Daphne Islands. 2T0A9443  Blue footed Booby, Daphne Islands. 2T0A9457  Lava deposit, Daphne Islands. 2T0A9452  Our team exploring the shoreline of the, Daphne Islands.
2T0A9483  Our team exploring the shoreline of the, Daphne Islands. 2T0A9479  Our team returning to the ship , Evolution after exploring the shoreline of the Daphne Islands. 2T0A9482  Our team returning to the ship , Evolution after exploring the shoreline of the Daphne Islands. 2T0A9491  Our ship , Evolution after exploring the shoreline of the Daphne Islands. 2T0A9519  Marine iguana population on the Isla Fernandina the most pristine of the Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9520  Marine iguana population on the Isla Fernandina the most pristine of the Galapagos Islands.
2T0A9522  Marine iguana population on the Isla Fernandina the most pristine of the Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9524  Marine iguana population on the Isla Fernandina the most pristine of the Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9525  Whale bone on the Isla Fernandina, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9530  Magma formation on Isla Fernandina the most pristine of the Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9532  Cactus growing on the magma formation on the Isla Fernandina, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9537  Lava cactus growing on the magma formation on the Isla Fernandina, Galapagos Islands.
2T0A9544  Crabs on the shoreline of the Isla Fernandina,  Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9573  Sea Lion  on the magma formation on the Isla Fernandina, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9574  Sea Lions on the shoreline of  the Isla Fernandina, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9581  Marine iguana population on the Isla Fernandina the most pristine of the Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9582  Marine iguana population on the Isla Fernandina the most pristine of the Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9583  Marine iguana population on the Isla Fernandina the most pristine of the Galapagos Islands.
2T0A9591  Marine iguana population on the Isla Fernandina the most pristine of the Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9599  Marie Garcia Shaffner, on the Isla Fernandina, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9601  Sea Lion on the Isla Fernandina shoreline, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9628  Beth Goodner, Isla Fernandina shoreline, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9634  Isla Fernandina shoreline, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9636  Isla Fernandina shoreline, Galapagos Islands. Gary Hardee and April Hardee.
2T0A9640  Sea Lions begging Isla Fernandina, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9641  Sea Lions begging, Isla Fernandina, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9671  Marine Iguana, Isla Fernandina, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9682  Sea Lion on the Isla Fernandina, the most pristine of the Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9702  Land iguanas are large and can be  more than 3 feet long with males weighing up to 30 pounds, Isabela Island. 2T0A9711  Land iguanas are large and can be  more than 3 feet long with males weighing up to 30 pounds, Isabela Island.
2T0A9716  Giant Tortoise on Isabela Island. 2T0A9732  Pat and Greg Huddle behind a Land iguana, Isabela island.. 2T0A9734  Marie Garcia Shaffner behind a Land iguana, Isabela island. 2T0A9740  Jim Shaffner on Isabela island, 2T0A9741  Greg Huddle and Jim Shaffner Isabela island. 2T0A9744  Isabela Island, Tagus Cove, Galapagos Islands. Gary Hardee and April Hardee.
2T0A9762  Isabela Island, Tagus Cove, Galapagos Islands. Brown Pelican – Not always Brown But Still A Brown Pelican. 2T0A9766  Isabela Island, Tagus Cove, Galapagos Islands. Brown Pelican – Not always Brown But Still A Brown Pelican. 2T0A9792  Marine Iguana, Isla Fernandina, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9801  Sea Lion, Isla Fernandina, Galapagos Islands. 2T0A9808  Urbina Bay Isabela Island, Galalagos. Galapagos penguin 2T0A9811  Urbina Bay Isabela Island, Galalagos. Galapagos penguin
2T0A9823  Urbina Bay Isabela Island, Galalagos. Galapagos penguin 2T0A9836  Marie Garcia Shaffner, back to the ship from Urbina Bay Isabela Island, Galalagos 2T0A9954  Lava flow, Rabida Island, Galapagos. 2T0A9972  Marie Garcia Shaffner and Pat Huddle on a lava flow, Rabida Island, Galapagos. 2T0A9985  Pat Huddle and Marie Garcia Shaffner on board ship. 2T0A9987  Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos.
2T0A9999  Giant tortoises tracks in the sand. Santa Cruz, Galapagos. 2T0A0018  Santa Cruz, Galapagos, Beth Goodner. 2T0A0020  Our group, Santa Cruz, Galapagos. 2T0A0035  Marie Garcia Shaffner, Santa Cruz, Galapagos. 2T0A0060  Our group, Santa Cruz, Galapagos. 2T0A0062  Our group, Santa Cruz, Galapagos.
2T0A0064  Our group, Santa Cruz, Galapagos. 2T0A0077  Our group, Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos. Beth Goodner, Judy Goodner and Ken Goodner. 2T0A0079  Galápagos prickly pear Santa Cruz Island. 2T0A0085  Galápagos prickly pear Santa Cruz Island. Jim and Marie Shaffner. 2T0A0096  Galápagos prickly pear Santa Cruz Island. 2T0A0097  Judy Goodner and Beth Goodner
2T0A0099  Galápagos prickly pear Rabida Island. 2T0A0106  Our group, Rabida Island.. Karl  Machut and  Sandy McCarver. 2T0A0110  Rabida Island. 2T0A0113  Rabida Island. 2T0A0127  Rabida Island. 2T0A0129  Alex Hardee, Karyn Latter, Katherine Latter, Rabida Island.
2T0A0138  Katherine Latter, Karyn Latter. Rabida Island. 2T0A0143 2T0A0147  Pelicans and seals wait to be fed at Galapagos fish market Santa Cruz. 2T0A0150  Pelicans and seals wait to be fed at Galapagos fish market Santa Cruz. 2T0A0155  Pelicans and seals wait to be fed at Galapagos fish market Santa Cruz. 2T0A0156  Pelicans and seals wait to be fed at Galapagos fish market Santa Cruz.
2T0A0158  Pelicans and sea lion wait to be fed at Galapagos fish market Santa Cruz. 2T0A0160  Pelicans and sea lion wait to be fed at Galapagos fish market Santa Cruz. 2T0A0164  Pelicans wait to be fed at Galapagos fish market Santa Cruz. 2T0A0165  Pelicans wait to be fed at Galapagos fish market Santa Cruz. 2T0A0166  Pelican wait to be fed at Galapagos fish market Santa Cruz. 2T0A0169  Pelicans and sea lion wait to be fed at Galapagos fish market Santa Cruz.
20170323 082035  Marie trying to convince her new friend to make room for her to sit down. There was very little cooperation so I wonder how deep the friendship really was. 2T0A0176  Marie Garcia Shaffner and Greg Huddle, Santa Cruz. 2T0A0193 2T0A0215 2T0A0216  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. 2T0A0220  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island.
2T0A0232  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz  Island. 2T0A0233  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. 2T0A0234  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. Marie Garcia Shaffner. 2T0A0240  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. 2T0A0248  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. 2T0A0262  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island.
2T0A0264  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. 2T0A0267  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. Katherine Latter, Karen Latter. 2T0A0268  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. 2T0A0269  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. Marie Garcia Shaffner 2T0A0272  Giant tortoise, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. Marie Garcia Shaffner 2T0A0288  Giant tortoise shell, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. Marie Garcia Shaffner and Pat Huddle.
2T0A0291  Giant tortoise shell, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. Marie Garcia Shaffner 2T0A0294  Giant tortoise shall, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. Jim Shaffner. 2T0A0300  Giant tortoise shall, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. Beth Goodner. 2T0A0302  Giant tortoise shall, Charles Darwin research Center, Santa Cruz Island. Beth Goodner and Judy Goodner. 2T0A0306  Pat Huddle, Greg Huddle and April Hardee., Santa Cruz Island. 2T0A0346  Cemetary Santa Cruz.
2T0A0348  Cemetary Santa Cruz. 2T0A0350  Store front Santa Cruz. 2T0A0357  Santa Cruz harbor. 2T0A0369  Evening dance on the Evolution. 2T0A0372  Evening dance on the Evolution. 2T0A0378  April Hardee, Alex Hardee  ?, ?  Chen Liyu on board the ship called Evolution.
2T0A0385  Evening dance on the Evolution. 2T0A0380  Evening dance on the Evolution. 2T0A0399  Alex Hardee in the grey shirt. Evening dance on the Evolution. 2T0A0397  Evening dance on the Evolution. 2T0A0464  Marie Garcia Shaffner Evening on the Evolution. 2T0A0432  Evening dance on the Evolution.
2T0A0466  Shoreline of  Punta Suarez - Española Island,. 2T0A0468  Punta Suarez - Española Island, Marine iguana. 2T0A0475  Punta Suarez - Española Island, Marine iguana 2T0A0477  Punta Suarez - Española Island, Marine iguana 2T0A0498  Shoreline of Punta Suarez - Española Island 2T0A0493  Punta Suarez - Española Island, Marine iguana
2T0A0487  Punta Suarez - Española Island, Marine iguana 2T0A0483  Punta Suarez - Española Island, Marine iguana 2T0A0512  Punta Suarez - Española Island, Marine iguana 2T0A0515  Punta Suarez - Española Island, Marine iguana 2T0A0520  Punta Suarez - Española Island 2T0A0532  Punta Suarez, Eapanola Island.
2T0A0534  Shoreline of Punta Suarez, Eapanola Island. 2T0A0538  Blowhole known as “El soplador” (the blower) that sprays water some 25 m (75 feet) into the airl. Punta Suarez, Eapanola Island. 2T0A0535  Eapanola Island blow hole. 2T0A0567 2T0A0611  Our group back to the ship from Gardner Bay. 2T0A0613  Our group back to the ship from Gardner Bay.
2T0A0637  Our group back to the ship from Gardner Bay. 2T0A0617  Our group back to the ship from Gardner Bay.