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Home > 2010 > South America > Isla Santiago, Charles Darwin Station

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11 viewsWe left before breakfast to avoid being on the lava rocks when they'd heated.
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8 viewsThe view of Isla Santiago from our anchorage in Sullivan Bay. It glowed like Uluru.
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9 viewsA male lava lizard crawling around.
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8 viewsWhen the lava cools it doesn't always hold together.
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9 viewsRed rock and black.
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8 viewsOne of the first plants to break down the lava flows.
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9 viewsBlack lightning.
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8 viewsIt looks like they allowed cattle on here, but that's just sulphur.
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9 viewsThe lava made some interesting shapes.
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10 viewsBjorn's face also made some interesting shapes. "Ugh, more rocks"
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10 viewsThis is probably about the strangest stance I could come up with and is probably Bjorn's revenge for the earlier photo.
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8 viewsA dried up river... of blood. Bet you thought I was going to say lava.
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10 viewsA very large broken record.
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9 viewsAt least my head is out of the gutter.
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9 viewsWe took a panga ride around to nearby Bartolome island after breakfast to check out the penguins.
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9 viewsThis penguin contemplates jumping into the cool pool on the other side.
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11 viewsThe water was incredible.
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10 viewsAll dressed up and nowhere to go.
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10 viewsThe pinnacle looked like Big Ben from some post-apocalyptic future. At least after the apocalypse, London's weather will be nicer.
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