They say all good things come to an end and today my three-week long exhibition on the wildlife of the Galapagos Islands draws to a close.
But before I pack up my paintings and put away my photographs, I thought I would post one last blog on the wildlife of this incredible Pacific archipelago.
I've picked out some of most iconic photographs from the trip and also some pictures of wildlife that is just as abundant and breathtaking, but that I haven't had time to mention.
Galapagos penguins are endemic to the archipelago and I was captivated by the way they were so agile in the water.
But this yellow warbler was relatively common.
These swallow tailed gulls are nocturnal. You see them during the day but they hunt at night.
I captured this flightless cormorant as it sunbathed.
And no report on these incredible islands is complete without a mention of its eerie beauty.
The coastline is spectacular.
And the volcanoes and red volcanic sand give it an other-worldly look.
Everywhere you go you literally trip over absurd creatures like lava lizards or marine iguanas.