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A common sight along the shorelines of the Galapagos Islands are Sally Lightfoot crabs which can be seen, in quite large numbers, clinging to rocks as shown here. A question that occurs to me is, “who was Sally Lightfoot?” Was there actually a Ms Lightfoot? Was she a naturalist/scientist etc? Or does this species get it’s name from some other source? Don’t know. If I knew, and it was an exciting story, I’d share it with you.
Both shots on Pentax SF7 with Tokina 80-400mm zoom, Kodak ISO 200 colour negative film.