Posted on May 10, 2014
Our choice for this week’s theme are two photos we snapped while visiting the Galapagos Islands.
These birds were peacefully perched upon this rusty boat and suddenly were “on the move”
This entry was posted in Galapagos Islands, South America, Weekly Photo Challenges and tagged birds, frigates, Galapagos, Galapagos Islands, nature, on the move, pelicans, Photography, Weekly Photo Challenge.
I love it!
Love the shot…even birds avoid paparazzi! 😛
Heheh!! Who would’ve guessed, huh? 😉
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these are lovely. love that rusty boat. 🙂 are those frigate birds? we were in the galapagos a few months ago and had so much fun photographing all the wildlife.
They are frigates – yeh, we had a blast getting so close to wildlife! It’s wonderful there, isn’t it? 🙂
I would guess you probably disturbed them, unless there’s something else nearby that I can’t see. Super set of shots.
Thanks Janet! Yeh, it was us getting close in a motor boat! 🙂
That’ll do it!
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Any other boat…wouldn’t have made this shot so compelling. Great capture
Thanks Jane 🙂
I really like the first picture, they look so lovely all lined up! 🙂
Thank you 🙂
You guys sure get around 🙂 Nice interpretation.
Thank you! We love our travel 😉
Beautiful shot! So what disturbed them? 🙂
It was us approaching in a boat 🙂
Thank you for the compliment!!
Thank you for saying so 🙂
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