This story begins on a train.
The Pululahua Geobotanical Reserve is 17 km north of Quito in the province of Pichincha of Ecuador. Pululahua is a Quichua word that means “cloud of water” or fog. It is a collapsed volcano with great biodiversity and unique geological formations.
Hummingbirds are very common in Ecuador.
Captured this in the Otavalo animal market. It was a perfect opportunity to catch a local who was trying to sell this goat.
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