This year began with a remarkable assignment on board the National Geographic Endeavour in the Galapagos Islands. The Galapagos are located about 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador. Being a National Geographic Photography Expert for National Geographic Expeditions is one of the highlights of my career as a photographer and I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to travel to a variety of destinations with National Geographic and Lindblad. This was my first trip to the Galapagos and I was fortunate enough to visit all of the islands where people are allowed to go ashore to hike and observe the unique landscape and wildlife that this remarkable archipelago has to offer. Of course, the animals are the stars of the show, but these islands have a rich history, most famously tied to Charles Darwin and his theories of evolution. The trickiest part of this journey was trying to absorb the immense amount of information that the naturalists provided both in the field and on board the ship and at the same time, concentrate on making pictures. I’m just now beginning to edit some 20,000 images that I took during this 20 day adventure and have started to post some on my stock photography site here. I hope to add more images regularly to my stock photography site, but for now, here are a few of my favorite moments from the expedition. Thank you for visiting!
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