Safari / Amérique du sud

Galapagos, in the footsteps of Darwin

No photographer can dream something better for wildlife photography. Located off the west coast of South America, the Galapagos Islands are one of the few places in the world that remain relatively untouched by human exploitation. The change of scene is complete. We traveled from island to island by boat during three weeks. Each day was a new discovery with mysterious wildlife and landscapes of wonder and beauty. There, the wildlife is astounding and unusual: blue-footed boobies, sea lions, seals, sally lightfoot crabs, penguins, flamingoes, giant land tortoises… You can get very close to them without they escape. They are not scared. They live in a perfect harmony. And this is what I wanted to share with you, with these few selected pictures of this unique and wonderful trip.

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