Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Galapagos Flowers and Flora


We were in the Galapagos in September. This is, technically, the dry season. Our guide pointed out to us, on various islands, that the dry, stick plants we were seeing were very different in the rainy season. During January, February and March, the islands were covered in green, as they twigs sprang to life.



So, typical of a dry season, the plants we saw were cacti and succulents. Certainly not the landscape we would have seen in the rainy season but attactive to us, nonetheless.





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