|Image by Cristian Cifuentes|
But then we would miss New Muelle Municipal, Babahoyo. I like the tiled roofs and colorful boats. How refreshing it looks.
|Image by Arturoyerovi|
More boats, here from the city of Bahía de Caráquez.
|Image by Jmorenov007|
This golden horse in Santa Rosa, Ecuador, seems to be jumping out of the cannon.
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What a a mystical feeling this photo of paragliding in Crucita beach evokes.
|Image by Sebastián De la Cadena|
Now this picture just makes me laugh. The vicuña seems to be saying, "I'm ready for my photo op whenever you are." In the background is Cihimborazo volcano.
|Image by David Torres Costales / @DavoTC|
What beautiful foliage in this shot of the rain forest in Tena. Tena is known as the cinnamon capital of Ecuador.
|Image by Lion Hirth (Prissantenbär)|
Now for some birds. First, the Blue-crowned Manakin, a species in the Pipridae family. What a beauty he is.
|Image by Geoff Gallice|
One of my favorites, the toucan.
|Image by Daph Chloe|
This little guy looks like he has something to say. Maybe he'll tell us about where he lives at Elizabeth Bay on the island of Isabela, Galapagos.
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What better way to end the day than on the beach at Playa de Mompiche. Someday I hope I can visit Ecuador. And I'll be sure to buy some cinnamon.
|Image by Dr. Carlos Costales Terán|
Giraffe #109 looks like she would love to visit Ecuador, too. I wonder if we'd find any of her relatives?