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Country : Ecuador

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Photos marked as were added from 1 October 2017.


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Ecuador
Southern Highlands
 The Andean highlands are fertile and dotted with villages and towns.
Ecuador
Southern Highlands
 The cloud-shrouded Southern Highlands.
Ecuador
Southern Highlands
 Fertile Andean valleys.
Ecuador
Southern Highlands
 A blanket of green.
Ecuador
Southern Highlands
 The foothills of the Andes.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 The Andean city of Cuenca is at 2530m.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 The Rio Tomebamba Valley runs through the city.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 Cuenca was a Canyari city until conquered by the Incas. It was destroyed by the Spanish.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 Street scene in the city centre.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 Parque Caldereon is the main plazza.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 The main plaza in Cuenca.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 The blue domed cathedral dates from 1885.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 Flower market.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 Santo Domingo Church.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 Ortega's Panama hat factory. The hats originated in Ecuador and were made famous during the building of the Panama Canal.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 Church of San Fransisco.
Ecuador
Cuenca
 Colonial architecture.
Ecuador
Cuenca
Museum of Arts
 Blouse from Ecuador.
Ecuador
Cuenca
Museum of Arts
 A Canyar belt maker.
Ecuador
Cuenca
Museum of Arts
 A Sarayacu pot from the Amazon.
Ecuador
Cuenca
Museum of Arts
 A Mapuche poncho from Chile is one of many items from the rest of the Americas.
Ecuador
Cuenca
Museum of Arts
 Lace place mat from Paraguay.
Ecuador
Cuenca
Museum of Arts
 Textile with quetzals from Guatemala.
Ecuador
Cuenca
Museum of Arts
 Embroidered Otomi carpet from Mexico.
Ecuador
Cuenca
Museum of Arts
 Devil costume from Oruro (Bolivia).
Ecuador
Gualacueo
 Gualacueo is a small Andean village with a Sunday market.
Ecuador
Gualacueo
 Woman at the Sunday market.
Ecuador
Gualacueo
 Vegetable seller.
Ecuador
Gualacueo
 Panama hats were first developed in this region.
Ecuador
Gualacueo
 Looking at pots.
Ecuador
Gualacueo
 Street scene on market day.
Ecuador
Gualacueo
 Street stall. Women from Gualacueo wear plain dresses embroidered at the hem.
Ecuador
Gualacueo
 Old woman.
Ecuador
Riobamba
 Riobamba is a colonial Andean town.
Ecuador
Riobamba
 Market day in Riobamba.
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Riobamba
 Hat seller.
Ecuador
Riobamba
 Woman selling meat.
Ecuador
Riobamba
 Vegetable sellers in the market.
Ecuador
Riobamba
 Woman having a drink.
Ecuador
Riobamba
 Man and woman meeting.
Ecuador
Guayaquil
 Moorish architecture dating from 1770.
Ecuador
Guayaquil
 The River Guayas.
Ecuador
Guayaquil
 Land Iguana in the main square.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
 The volcanic Galapagos Islands are five million years old.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
 There are thirteen major islands, six small ones and many islets.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
 The islands were discovered by a Panamanian bishop in 1535 after drifting off course.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Santa Cruz is the second largest of the islands (986 square km).
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Santa Cruz is the most populous of the islands.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Lava outcrop.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Charles Darwin visited the Galapagos Islands in 1835 and stayed for five weeks.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Saddle Backed Tortoise.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Head of a Saddle Backed Tortoise. The Galapagos are named after the iconic giant tortoises.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Opunti Cactus dominate the arid, volcanic landscape.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Mockingbirds are very common on the islands.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Lava Lizards have a red patch under their jaws when sexually active.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 View over the scrubland.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 A 1m long Land Iguana, one of two species of iguana on the Galapagos.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 A Marine Iguana, a species only found on the Galapagos.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Lava strewn coast line.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Puerto Ayora is the largest settlement on the Galapagos.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 The lush highlands of Santa Cruz.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Mata Zarno trees.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 One of a pair of volcanic craters called Los Gemelos, the Twins.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Black Necked Stilt.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Wimbrel.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Round Shelled Tortoises can weigh up to 250kg.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Head of a Round Shelled Tortoise, one of twelve species of giant tortoise on the islands.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Lava Gull.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Santa Cruz
 Sunset over Santa Cruz.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Hood Island (61 square km) is the most southerly and oldest of the Galapagos Islands.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Pelican on the bow of a sail boat.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Swallow-tailed gull.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 A pair of mating Galapagos Hawks.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Sea Lions are very common on Hood Island.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Baby Sea Lion resting on rocks.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 The red colour of Marine Iguanas denotes sexual readiness.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Marine Iguanas are the only reptile to eat sea plants.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 A pair of courting Blue Footed Boobies.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 A Blue Footed Booby. These birds are found all around the Pacific Ocean.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Hood
 A juvenile Blue Footed Booby lacks the blue feet and is brown.
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Galapagos Islands
Hood
 The distinctive shape of a Frigatebird.
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Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Lava cliff used by nesting sea birds.
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Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Masked Booby.
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Galapagos Islands
Hood
 Masked Booby mother and baby.
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Galapagos Islands
 Isla Gardener.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Floreana has an area of 173 square km and is one of the oldest of the Galapagos Islands.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 The Devil's Crown is an old volcanic crater.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 The Galapagos Penguin is the most northerly of the world's penguins.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 The distinctive shape of a Frigatebird.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 A brackish lagoon.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Flamingos.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Floreana is the sixth largest of the islands.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Golden Coloured Mustard Rays just below the surface.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Sally Lightfoot Crabs are common on the Galapagos Islands and in South America.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Sally Lightfoot Crab camouflaged on the rock.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 A colony of Wimbrells.
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Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Yellow Warbler.
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Galapagos Islands
Floreana
 Lava Heron in a tree.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Jervis
 Jervis is one of the smaller islands.
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Jervis
 Beach area next to cliffs.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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