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The Galapagos are under the control of Ecuador, but because the are unique, I have included them in their own section. A visit there provides a rare close-up wildlife experience, with animals and birds that are not afraid of humans. My visit here was hampered by a film camera that was not working properly - the shutter kept sticking, making uneven exposures and most of the images had the shutter stuck most of the way through. Here are the images that did come out. These have been scanned from slide film.
Isla Lobos, Blue Footed Booby S V-8034San Cristobal, Pelican S -7971Galapagos, Kicker Rock S -7976San Cristobal, Cerro Brujo, Crabs S -7980San Cristobal, Cerro Brujo, Cactus S -7983San Cristobal, Cerro Brujo, Sea Lion S -7984San Cristobal, Cerro Brujo, Sea Lion S -7992San Cristobal, Cerro Brujo, Sea Lions S -7995San Cristobal, Cerro Brujo, Sea Lion S -8002San Cristobal, Cerro Brujo, Sea Lion, Photographer S V-8015Isla Lobos, Male Frigate S -8025San Cristobal, Cerro Brujo, Sea Lions S -8017Isla Lobos, Nesting Frigate S -8031Isla Lobos, Blue Footed Boobies S -8033Isla Lobos, Blue Footed Booby S -8035Espanola, Punta Suarez, Blue Footed Booby S V-8095Espanola, Punta Suarez, Iguana Claw S -8117Espanola, Gardner Bay, Crab S -8127Espanola, Gardner Bay, Pelican S V-8136Espanola, Punta Suarez, Marine Iguanas S -8058

Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:South America
Subcategory Detail:Ecuador
Keywords:Ecuador, Galapagos, South America, archipelago, island, volcanic, wildlife