Yesterday I sent out 2 posts with photos from my recent trip to the Galapagos Islands. Family and friends had been asking to see the photos from the photo tour that Linda and I took which left on November 30th. and returned on December 12th. I had taken so many photos that it was a very long process for me to go through them all and choose some of my favourites. I also added a few from the pictures taken by James Cowie the leader and photographer, owner of Photo Tour Trekkers.
If you received 2 notifications from WordPress yesterday, you needed a password to view my 2 posts. This caused a lot of confusion and turned out not to have been such a good idea. Today I revised the blog to allow public access, however, if you still need it the password was “Galapagos“.
Because I wanted to use larger photos, the titles didn’t show up so I am being asked for the names of some of the birds and animals. This small gallery may help to ID the photos.
The larger images are on yesterday’s 2 posts.
Hi! All the pictures seem to be accessible now without the password. Very cool! Those tortoises are really big, eh? Sure looks like a fun trip! I’m glad you had the opportunity to go. Lor
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The trip was a lot of fun and very busy! The food was yummy too and we sure worked up an appetite with so much hiking and climbing. It was nice that everyone on the trip was into photography and the one birder in our group enjoyed the trip as much as anyone else.
Love them. Ochoa Beach pic is stunning and so is the Kicker Roak. The Sea Lion doing Yoga on the beach is adorable. The 2 birds going for the food is – amazing. I could go on and on. All great shots!!
Thanks so much for your positive comments. There was so much to see and to photograph. More to come….but on another day!
Amazing photos!! Thanks for sharing. Looks like you had a great trip
I was wondering who it was. Glad you liked the photos!
Your photos are stunning. What a trip of a life time. Caroline
The trip was an opportunity of a lifetime, for sure! The wildlife had no fear of humans so taking photos was like a dream come true. Thank you for responding.
Fantastic job Jane. So nice to see your wonderful talent in such a gorgeous place. How did that sea lion get up on that bench?!!
Well I can tell you, I didn’t lift it up there! There were 4 benches on that pier and all were taken up by sea lions….. We watched many of the sea lions in the wilds of the Galapagos and they were very persistent using their flippers to get up on rocks or to try to rescue their young that had fallen into the water.
Thank you, Lea. I hope all is well.
An adventure like no other. Fascinating scenes of the rugged and beautiful landscape. Bravo Jane!
Thank you Daniel. It was amazingly beautiful and pretty challenging to walk on the lava.