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I am retired and exploring the world on foot, by canoe and kayak. You see and experience much more this way. No luxury resorts on some tropical beach for me.
Sunset in the Galapagos
Shark ! Why do most shark attacks occur in less than 2 m. of water? Because that is where they find most people.
Volcanic ash layers on Santiago Island, Galapagos Islands.
Sally Lightfoot Crabs were abundant
Shark attracted to the sea lion's tuna blood
Sharks leaves frustrated. He smell the blood of a sea lion's tuna but the sea lion had taken the fish into a tidal pool out of the way of the shark. Marina Iguanas, pelicans, crabs, gulls and other wild life gathered around the pool waiting for scraps. None were bothered by the sea lion, he only wanted fish.
Marine iguana swimming, Santiago Island
Friendly sea lion pup
False killer whales
Lava bridge on Santiago Island, Galapagos Islands.
Darwin's chair rock formation
Sea lion with Yellow Fin Tuna and a big audiance of marine iguanas, pelicans, lava herons, gulls and crabs. Not to mention tourists. He ignored them all. Iguanas are regarded a true vegetairans, they anxiously dove into the water to get scraps of tuna, often getting into a fight with other iguanas over who kept the meat.
More than just a pretty face.
Where it all happened.
Exploring a beach on Sanitago Island, Galapagos Islands.
Sea lion nap time.
Iguana enjoys lava bridge on Santiago Island
Marine iguanas enjoy sunshine.
Lava heron, crabs and iguanas
Show no fear, marine iguanas wait for tuna scraps. It is claimed that they are true vegetarians, their egarness to get tuna scraps proves otherwise. This normally docile animal lunged at every opportunity. The fur seal never made a threatening gesture to the iguana, but I photographed a Galapagos hawk eating one.
Shark tries to get on shore for tuna
Beautiful volcanic cinder cone. Santa Cruz, Galapagos Islands.
Black and White
Bon Echo Provincial Park
Celtic stone fences
Charleston Lake Provincial Park
Frontenac Provincial Park
houses of interest
Inca Trail Peru
K P Hiking Trail
Little Cat Con Area
Menzel Nature Reserve
Mile stones Hwy # 2
Opinicon Lake - Rideau Trails
Prince Edward Cty.
Sheffield Con. Area.
Stellar Sea Lions
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