Roy Mangersnes - The beginning

 

As a trained biologist I have always had a certain attraction towards Galapagos, the cradle of evolutionary theory. This year I was on my second visit and I was very aware of what I wanted to portray in my images. Looking for the stories I found myself working a lot with shorter lenses, bringing in the stunning landscapes of this archipelago. Galapagos is a rather young group of islands, but as a visitor you still get the feeling of walking with dinosaurs at times. Especially when you approach the large Marine Iguanas resting in tidal pool among the lava rocks.


Location: Galapagos, Ecuador

Tags: Ecuador, Galapagos, Iguana, roy mangersnes


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  1. Lucy Corrander said:

    17/10/2014 19:02

    Oh, my!