Thursday, October 3, 2013
This post will focus on the flora and fauna I came across while on vacation in Puerto Rico. I do so love taking animal photos, and flowers are always beautiful.
A wild iguana on the walls of El Morro.
One of the prettier fish at the aquarium at the Arecibo lighthouse.
A fish with a "sunken ship" at the Arecibo lighthouse aquarium.
A closeup of the same fish. He liked to pose!
A plumeria variant in front of the ocean in San Juan.
Plumeria in the rain in San Juan.
A surgeonfish and some probably blue tangs, in the water of Steps Beach, Rincon.
Yes, I know, the name of the photo blog is A Lens on So Cal. This is, first and foremost, a photography blog, though, and I couldn't keep from sharing my vacation photos as well. I don't go on vacation much, and I took thousands of photos while in Puerto Rico. (No, I'm not posting that many!) I'll be breaking this into 2 sets, this first set being photos of the scenery of Puerto Rico.
A girl flying a kite on the green grounds of El Morro
El Morro, overlooking the ocean.
The lighthouse of El Morro.
An old cannon in El Morro.
(I could show you pictures of the garitas of El Morro, but haven't you seen those in enough photos already?)
The gazebo at the Arecibo lighthouse.
A windsurfer in front of the San Juan sunset.
The beautiful Arecibo coastline.
The lighthouse of Cabo Rojo from Playa Sucia.
The water of Steps Beach in Rincon.
The bay opening of Playa Sucia.
Clouds in San Juan at the Museo de las Americas.