From the Sea of Cortez to San Jose Del Cabo

Feb 26, 2019 - National Geographic Venture

Today we woke just outside the iconic Land’s End, just in time to watch the early light strike the towering granite arch of Cabo San Lucas. A swift ride by Zodiac from our ship took us to San Jose Del Cabo, where we could be spending our day. Birders took advantage of visiting the extensive San Jose estuary, where the river meets the Pacific. Meanwhile others looking to sample the local artisan culture attended a demonstration in glass blowing. We finished out our day watching a pod of humpbacks that took to surrounding National Geographic Venture as the sun went down.

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About the Author

Nathan Kelley

Naturalist/Certified Photo Instructor

He developed his love for nature as a kid at his family’s cabin in Northern Wisconsin. Family fishing trips, camping, hiking and a trip to his first National Park in the Everglades, all vigorously shaped his passion for the natural world. After graduating with a degree in Cinema and Photography from Southern Illinois University in the heart of the Shawnee National Forest, he moved to Southern California to work as a camera operator and photographer in a wide range of projects including work for the National Geographic Society. Now living in Juneau, Alaska he has found the place his heart always belonged. His photography has also been exhibited in galleries and in publications.

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