Isabela Island

Nov 27, 2018 - National Geographic Endeavour II

Once more the photo-specific groups went ashore early in the morning. I didn’t say “bright and early” because it was overcast; perfect conditions for photography. Urbina Bay, a small little indentation on the west coast of Isabela Island was the morning destination, and further north we sailed to Tagus Cove for the afternoon. Both morning and afternoon provided ample opportunity for thousands of photographs from the professionals to the amateurs, everyone had an amazing experience on shore, on the water, in the water, from sunup to sundown. My father would have been proud of all the photos his daughter took today, on his birthday!

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Cindy Manning

Expedition Leader

Born in Lima, Peru, of North American parents, Cindy and her family subsequently lived in several South American and European countries with a couple stops in Peoria, Illinois. Cindy received a degree in biology from Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana. Afterwards, Cindy spent a year and a half teaching science in the Western Province of Kenya, East Africa. 

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