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Santa Fe Island in the Galapagos IslandsA few weeks ago, I fulfilled a life long dream and visited the Galapagos Islands. They were beautiful. They were breathtaking. They were everything people said they would be. I’ve never been to a place where the wildlife was so abundant and the geography was so diverse in such a close space. But since a picture is worth a thousand words, this post will be worth ten thousand. There’s no better way to show you the beauty of the islands than with pictures. I have so many great photos that there will be another photo (and video) post later this week (and one about the tour). But, for now, enjoy this first batch:

Santa Fe Island

Multi-Colored Land Crab

Masked Booby

Giant Land Iguana

Blue Starfish

Giant Tortoise eating lunch

a masked boobie Blow hole on Espanola Island

Male Red Lizard

One of the few underwater shots I have

Sunset in the Galapagos Islands (last day)

Yellow Flowers

Blue Footed Booby (my favorite!)

Close up of a young Sea Lion

Disclaimer: My trip to the Galapagos Islands was free as part of my Wanderers in Residence partnership with Gap Adventures.

multi colored land crab in the a galapagos giant land iguana blue starfish blow hole on Espanola Island
Source: www.nomadicmatt.com
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