A typical street scene takes shape along Charles Darwin Avenue on the Puerto Ayora waterfront in the Galapagos.
9538600070 © Eric Rorer / Aurora Photos
Image ID
9538600070
Copyright
Eric Rorer / Aurora Photos
License
Rights Managed
File size
50 MB - 5120 x 3413 px (17.07 x 11.38 inch @ 300dpi)
Releases
Not Released
Location
Santa Cruz Island, Galapagos, Ecuador
Date Shot
03/16/2007
Caption
PUERTO AYORA, SANTA CRUZ ISLAND, GALAPAGOS, ECUADOR - FEBRUARY 2007: A typical street scene takes shape along Charles Darwin Avenue on the Puerto Ayora waterfront in the Galapagos. Once a sleepy fishing village, the largest town in the Galapagos has doubled in size in the last 10 years with a population of 30,000. The rapidly rising population has put a major strain on Santa Cruz island's resources such as water, waste disposal and agriculture. The need for ever increasing cargo shipments from the Ecuadoran mainland, the major source of invasive insects and plants, have also skyrocketed. (Photo by Eric Rorer/Aurora)
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