Fernandina and Isabela

Nov 27, 2017 - National Geographic Endeavour II


From sunrise to sunset, we explored the dramatic landscapes of the youngest islands of the Galapagos, Fernandina and Isabela.  The endemic marine iguana, Galapagos penguin, Galapagos fur seal, and flightless cormorant were just a few of the animals that we spent time enjoying.  It was a day full of activity, but we ended it with a lovely and relaxing rooftop equator crossing at sunset, as we looked out over Ecuador Volcano and sipped on an assortment of South American wines. 

 

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Jennifer Davidson

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

Jennifer Davidson is a photographer and educator specializing in documenting travel and culture. She has photographed across the globe, including extensively in Colombia, where she visited remote fishing villages, as well as in Ecuador, where she focused her lens on indigenous cultures in the highlands and Amazon regions. Jennifer’s work in South America and the Galápagos Islands has been published in National Geographic Traveler (UK), and she has logged over 35 expeditions to the Galápagos, having traveled there with National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions since 2007.

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