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A Cool Galapagos Pelican Collage

Posted in: Ecuador Animals, Galapagos Animals, Galapagos Islands, Traveling Kids

I love using Photoshop. I love Pelicans. I love collages. Presto!

I love these Pelicans! They have such a variety of expressions.

In the future I will be posting a tutorial on how to do these collages!

three-pelicans

What do you think?

Fast Facts

These pelicans were at the fish market in the Galapagos on Santa Cruz Island. At the fish market, there were a whole lot of pelicans, a sea lion, and some strange pink primates :P! (People;))

I hope you like my collage; I will be doing more of them with different animals!

Thanks for reading and I’ll catch you later Shutterbug ;P!

More reading: Travelers Guide to Galapagos Islands Animals

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Meet the Author

Drew Haines is an animal enthusiast, travel writer, and content marketer. She loves to share her passion through her writing. She is the founder and owner of EverywhereWild Media, EverywhereWild, and co-founder and owner of JustBirding. She also guest blogs on LatinRootsTravel and GringosAbroad. She lived in Ecuador for 6 years and explored the Galapagos Islands. Currently based in N.S., Canada.

3 comments… add one
  • Dennis Fahey Aug 15, 2014, 5:19 pm

    Very nice! On my daily walk-in Denver, Colorado-I pass by a small lake where there is almost always one pelican and as many as three. Ours are white and similarly photogenic!

    I wish I was a PhotoShop expert like you!

  • Ella kenly from california Aug 14, 2014, 2:51 pm

    Hey Drew, I love your collage and the pelicans in Galapagos were very funny. I remember how the sea lions and the pelicans would try to get the fish whenever a person wasn’t looking! I also remember a fisherman in santa cruz got really mad when a sea lion ate his tuna!

  • Nana Aug 8, 2014, 7:18 am

    Love the photos. Pelicans are awesome to watch, whether they are sitting on a wharf waiting for fish from a fisherman, along a beach looking for their own catch or flying along a beach. The one on the right looks like he’s talking to you.

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