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7 viewsI had been joking about taking some National Geographic photos the night before and that morning they were there daring me to try.
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7 viewsFloreana Island.
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8 viewsThe cacti trees are pretty much everywhere.
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7 viewsA line of trees marches up the hill
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8 viewsSome blue-footed boobies watch the coming weather.
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8 viewsThe best boobies photos are of pairs.
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8 viewsA Great Blue Heron blatantly ignores our ship.
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5 viewsPost Office Bay: ships used to drop letters here in the hopes that other ships going in that direction would deliver them. Now we do it with travellers and postcards. And yes, I did find one to Saskatoon.
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9 viewsHere goes a postcard to my family. Bet I get there first.
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8 viewsThis pirate cave used to be filled with grog (AKA Rum)
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9 viewsSnorkeling off Floreana.
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10 viewsSome Rainbow Wrasses looking for algae.
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8 viewsA baby scorpion fish: I wonder if they're still deadly?
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8 viewsI'd guess this is a variation of sea urchin.
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8 viewsDevil's Crown, where we'd do our second of three snorkels for the day.
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9 viewsI'm now armed with the Swiss' underwater enclosure and we're ready to snorkel.
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9 viewsSome yellow-fin Sergeants on patrol.
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8 viewsThis was a really playful sealion.
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8 viewsHe liked to come straight at me and see if I'd flinch. Not today, sea lion. Not after the hammerheads.
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7 viewsUnderwater ballet.
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