That last beautiful light up in the North Cascades 🤤. Had a blast up here with my buddy @whereisweatherby earlier this year! He stood here and triggered the cameras while I drove back and forth like a mad man to achieve the trails hahaha. But being blessed with such a vibrant alpen glow was exactly what we wanted.
Looking forward to more creative ideas this winter! I hope everyone has a great weekend!
Probably one of the most characteristic animals of the Galapagos Islands.
This is a Blue Footed Booby(Sula nebouxii). Blue footed boobies are not endemic to The Galapagos but half of the worlds population of breeding pairs nest on the islands.
When hunting for food they dive from heights of 10-30meters into schools of fish. They hit the surface of water at speeds of 100km/h(≈60mph). And may dive as deep as 25m!!! They will swim and catch the prey if necessary, and usually they eat the prey underwater.