Rapa Nui

Five
Alone
Stately
Sunset
All alone
The magnificent seven
Setting sun
Ahu Tongariki
Ahu Tongariki
Ahu Tongariki
Ahu Tongariki
In contemplation
Well, hi there
Two handsome moai
Inside Rano Raraku
Form the front
Alone
Rano Raraku
From Rano Kao
Rano Kao
Rano Kao
On the edge of Rano Kao
Rano Kao
Ready to aim
Rano Raraku
In the port
Exemplary
Staring contest
In good shape
Erect
Setting sun
Moai
Bright light
Moai
Slowly fading
Relative size
With the sun at his back
On the side
Moai
Lookout
In shadows
Moai
On the outside, looking in
All alone
The hats are gathering moss
Ahu Akivi
In a row
All have lost their hats
Ahu Akivi
In the dark
Ahu Akivi
The rains are coming
Rapa Nui
Horses on the Pacific
The Pacific
On the edge
All alone
Ahu Nau Nau
Ahu Nau Nau
In a row
Ahu Ature Huki
Hats off
Ahu Nau Nau
Ahu Ature Huki
Tongariki
Tongariki
The center piece
Fading
The majestic 15
With a fallen comrade
On the lip
Tongariki
Hiding in plain sight
The path to Rano Raraku
Waiting for the sun to set
On the side
Looking up
I've fallen, and I can't get up
Stuck in the middle with you
Moai
With Tongariki in the distance
Looking south
The most photogenic moai
Off the beaten path
Just lounging
A field of moai
Birdman
The perfect green
Inside Rano Raraku
Moai
Moai
In the dark
Hats off
Looking towards Rano Raraku
Aligned
Give me your best pouty face

It doesn’t get much more remote, nor much more spectacular, than Easter Island, or, Rapa Nui. 3500 kilometres from the Chilean mainland, it’s one of the most remotest places on earth.

In June 2014, I had the opportunity to visit, spending several days to cycle around the island. A truly amazing experience and one of the most spectacular in South America, even though Rapa Nui is perhaps more Pacific than Latin American. 

Here, find my Easter Island photos in one place, all available to purchase as prints.

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