Visual Adventure: The Galapagos Islands

Attit Patel October 29, 2012 2

Roughly 550 miles off the coast of Ecuador, The Galapagos Islands are such a mysterious, yet alluring place. Beautiful landscapes, rugged terrains, teaming wildlife, and waters so clear that you can almost see all the marine life below you – this is truly paradise for a travel photographer. This post doesn’t do this amazing place the justice it deserves. I’ve got so many photos that I could do a part two. The ability to shoot wildlife, without needing a monster zoom lens allows you to become more creative with your shots. Remember though, no touching!

My fellow travellers and a very close encounter with sea lions at Cerro Brujo/Kicker Rock, photo by Attit P.

Myself and a Galapagos sea turtle, our close encounter, photo by Attit P.

Getting ready for our short trip back to the boat, photo by Attit P.

The turtle pen at the Charles Darwin Research Station on Santa Cruz Island, photo by Attit P.

‘Sally Lightfoot’ crab, they are everywhere, photo by Attit P.

My fellow travellers and their encounter with a Galapagos sea turtle, photo by Attit P.

The beautiful beach on Floreana Island, photo by Attit P.

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  1. Wendy February 9, 2013 at 3:30 pm - Reply

    Attit your photos are amazing , can’t wait for our trip in Dec. what kind of camera did you use?

    • Attit Patel February 11, 2013 at 10:41 am - Reply

      Thanks Wendy! I used a Canon 5D Mark2, but you should always know that the camera doesn’t make a difference. You could shoot the same photos on a point and shoot.

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