New Photos from the Galápagos: Fernandina Island

Thus far on our trip the marine iguanas have managed to steal the show, but never so much as our trip to Fernandina Island, where their masses carpeted the coastline. Some of my favorite shots so far come from these groupings, photographed from a low angle with the landscape in the background. I also managed to juxtapose some of the smaller iconic species of the Galápagos, namely lava lizards and Sally Lightfoot crabs, crawling over the lethargic marine iguanas.

One Response to “New Photos from the Galápagos: Fernandina Island”

  1. Ann Wharton says:

    Fantastic photos

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