So you might be wondering where my Ecuador and Galapagos Islands pictures are, and I can tell you I have them. I most certainly have them.
So. Many. Pictures. 4,903 of them, to be exact, if everything has transferred properly. And that’s just the big camera.
I’ve done a run through all of the ones from my real camera, but I haven’t yet transferred the little camera. Speaking of the little camera, it really did its job and more! I got it primarily for underwater shots, and that thing went to work. I couldn’t see the screen while snorkeling (I snorkeled! I actually learned how to snorkel!) so I just pointed, squinted for the focus button and hoped for the best, and it shot its little heart out.
And it was surprisingly watertight. Not entirely, as you’ll see later with some of the photos from Hidden Beach, but you’ve got to work with what you’ve got.
So hopefully you won’t mind if it takes a little time to share with you the best of what I took. That pic above is probably not my best marine iguana, but I honor requests.
Eventually patience will be rewarded, and by that I mean I can’t wait to regale you with my travel tales until you’re begging me to blog about television.
One more pic for the road!
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4 thoughts on “Uhm, Well, I Took a Lot of Pictures”
I love the marine iguana! 🙂 I”m so glad you snorkeled and I want to hear all about it!
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I’ll get there! I have many more marine iguanas! For something that is only found there in the world, they sure have a lot of them!
Giant. Tortoises. That is all.
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SO MANY. In the Highlands, it’s like spotting very giant rabbits with big shells. I promise pics! All requests are honored 🙂
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