We just finished a short but wonderful visit to Pedasi with indacampo and her SU. Holly hadn’t met our blogger friends, and we all had a wonderful time talking and laughing, and spending time together without computer screens between us.
One of the highlights of the visit was an afternoon at Isla Iguana, a gorgeous nature preserve island just a short boat trip away. Of course there are photos!
There were almost no people on the Island so the iguanas were everywhere!
This green fellow let us get quite close.
We got lots of great iguana photos!
The water was absolutely beautiful!
There are many postcard beautiful views on the island
An interesting piece of driftwood
I was checking out the driftwood and rocks and almost didn’t see this big fellow right at my feet
There were hermit crabs everywhere. A lot of them were gathered by these rocks
Bloggers enjoying a relaxing day at the beach!
This tree had the most interesting orange bark
As we were walking to the other side of the island, we spotted this huge red crab in the underbrush.
The frigate bird were nesting in this area. There was a crowd of them flying overhead.
This quick little crab wasn’t happy when I got between him and the water but I could resist getting a couple photos.
It’s much more rocky on the other side of the island, but also really beautiful
Here’s another photo of my blogger friend (look very closely and you’ll see someone walking on the rocks above)
I don’t think there is anywhere in Panama without amazing trees
Two vultures roost in a tree
The remains of someone’s lunch on the rocks
The frigate birds fly above their nesting area
These iguanas were very nice about posing for us
There were lots of coconut trees on this part of the path
It’s lovely walking through the shade of the trees
The paths are just lovely
I am the biggest most handsome fellow on the island!
Crabs on a tree trunk
A beautiful scene
We were just talking about how hard it was to spot these beautiful little birds, and this one landed right next to us just long enough to snap a couple photos
These pretty leaf buds looked interesting
The seagulls and pelicans hang out on the beach
Our boat captain Edwin (white shirt) brings our boat back to shore with the help of a couple waiting assistants. Once we were out of the boat, they tied it to a rope from a truck up above and dragged it up on the sand.
I’m still learning my way around this new iPad. Editing photos has been .. Ahem .. Interesting. The software I planned to use didn’t work out but now I have a process that works for me. Some of the things I take for granted on my computer aren’t here, but this iPad sure is light and easy to travel with. I’m sure as I get more familiar with it things will go a bit faster.