This is Darwin Lake, a salt water lake that sits within a tuff cone on Isabela. It’s a pretty good hike from the Tagus Cove landing site, but the tranquil view was worth it. You can see our ship, the Coral I, and its sister ship Coral II anchored just off shore.
As you have surely guessed, the lake is named for Charles Darwin, who visited Tagus Cove in 1835.
Love this shot. The color of the water and the quietness of the woods. I liked it so much I linked to it so my readers can enjoy it as well.
Whoa! how beautiful! what a perfect shot! Awesome!
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