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It has the largest caldera in the Galapagos with a 14km ridge within it and dimensions of 7.2 x 9.3km so yes it’s very big. It’s also the shallowest of the Isabela volcanoes at 100m deep.That is a huge caldera....
When I look back at those pictures above, that was certainly very special, I took many pictures because, well, I just needed capture every moment of it.What a great trip Shaun, such a special place. Will you share your favorite place in the Galapagos and a pic?
It was just breathtaking, I just kept taking pictures to try and capture every momentBeautiful.
The south has the best sunsets
I tell you what, when those pelicans flew past we were like wow. We spotted them in the distance thinking what are they. They were flying in perfect formation in a line, and it was a rush to turn the camera on.Very cool Shaun ! !
One day I will. [emoji41]LOL!
If you get chance, just go. The marine life is simply amazing under water (so I’m told as I stayed on the rescue boat! Lol)
Some of the pictures I’ll show you of playful sea lions, penguins, it’s simply wonderful and that’s why I can’t really tell anyone what the highlights were, there were just to many.
And I sit here at home in my chair and think, wow, did I really do that......
The viscosity of the lava must have been mind blowing to watch. Thick honey, much like Hawaiin flows. Black sand beaches. Something mysterious and beautiful about them.At 0530 on 18th May 2019 we departed the boat for the small island of Punta Moreno which is located on the north coast of Isabela Island between the volcano Sierra Negra and Cerro Azul volcano
The terrain was quiet hard to walk on in certain areas and consist of lava flows, but then you will come across a small oasis of a lagoon dotted around