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Santa Barbara, Ca

I'm a full-time rambler and contract designer with as many skill sets in my quiver as there are plane tickets in my passbook. I've worked in ornamental iron, jigsaw puzzle design, bookmaking, glass engraving, and a variety of other mediums. I'm currently living out of a backpack as I trek my way around the world.

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Galápagos Land Series (Photo Series at Matador Network)

Zak Erving

In first grade, iguanas were my favorite animal

In first grade, iguanas were my favorite animal

This post is part of a partnership with Matador Network and Adventure Center.

This little guy was only two weeks old!

THE GALÁPAGOS ISLANDS were less discovered than they were tripped over by a lost Spanish bishop and his entourage in the 16th century, and for hundreds of years they frustrated even the most intrepid adventurers due to their isolation and inhospitable terrain. When Ecuador annexed the archipelago in the 1830s, no one seemed to pay any mind. “It was though Ecuador,” wrote Kurt Vonnegut in his satirical masterpiece Galápagos, “in a spasm of imperialistic dementia, had annexed to its territory a passing cloud of asteroids.”

My experience of the Galápagos, on the other hand, was one of marked fascination.

Using nothing but a fixed 30mm lens, I tried to capture as much of that fascination as I could.

Read the rest of this post at Matador Network.