20 sensual reasons to visit the Galápagos Islands

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Across these unique lands which are completely free of predators…

vulnerability is never taken advantage of

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friendship is more than human

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you want to be a newborn baby

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sand is the colour of love

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you’re being observed with curiosity, not suspicion

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it’s humans to step away with respect

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or to step away with a smile

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death comes naturally

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everyone  is equal, and no one more than the other

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locals act as if you weren’t there

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you don’t have a favourite colour anymore

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birds don’t fly away

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innocence is never disillusioned

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shades of grey have never been so bright

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you see things you’d rather not

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you hang out with the rarest penguin species

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Michelle Obama seems to know nothing about elegance

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you know there must be someone out there for you too, because it’s in the air

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there’s still hope we can save the world

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21 Responses

  1. Sonnie says:

    Your photos makes me fall in love w/ these lovable species. I hope there are places like this are common anywhere.

  2. Awww the sea lions are soooo cute. Lovely photos.

  3. Fatima says:

    The photos you have posted here are really amazing! I think I should go there myself now, although going through your post was like a virtual trip by itself.

  4. Kari says:

    AWW! These animals all look so cute and the photographs are fantastic!

  5. Aw its true, everyone has a place in the animal kingdom and its nice that the galapagos islands have given you such a great snapshot of animal life.

    • The Galapagos are unique when it comes to the animal kingdom – there are no predators, they all live n perfect harmony, and when they die, it’s because they’re old, or the ecosystem was disturbed.

  6. Dreammerin says:

    How wonderful these pictures really are! It is so beautiful and very inspiring! I love this one: “friendship is more than human” <3 Incredible!

  7. Tiina A says:

    Fabulous images! I had a picture in my mind how it would look in Galapagos but it’s so much more than I could even think of. Fantastic and so much unique life there. Hope I’ll have a chance to visit there one day and take some pics without disturbng the nature.

    • Tiina, I also wrote about going about Galapagos on-budget. It still cost something, but affordable. And if you need to tighten your belt for a year to go there, it’s worth it. This places changes everyone.

  8. Kerry says:

    Beautiful pictures, I love seeing animals sleeping and being at peace with life instead of on edge. Beautiful colours under water also! Thanks for sharing your images with us.

  9. Louisa says:

    These are stunning images of marine life. I especially like the flamingo and cactus shots.

  10. Clair Kelly says:

    That is incredible. I need to go there now!

  11. Dunja says:

    Amazing photography!

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