Strange bird... Can you identify him for us?
Sailors from around the world rest here and then head though the Panama Canal or continue their journey northward or southward.
Anchorage near the islands making up Amador
Anchor here and take your dingy for some really good food on Amador. Stay for the night life.
Linda just outside the aquarium building. This is a great photo spot.
Andy Bibb exploring a 'touch-em' aquarium.
Catching a few rays, this Iguana rests on a tree limb. Taken at Punta Culebra Nature Center.
Container cranes on the Pacific side. Ship too large for the canal unload here and then the containers are transported to the Caribbean side by rail.
Panama Canal entrance into Miraflores locks
Puenta de las Americas. Bridge of the Americas.
Panama Flag a top Ancon Hill
Panama City from Ancon Hill
Casco Antigo and the old areas surrounding it. in the middle is a wonderful pedestrian market.
Casco Antigo from high above
Dan and Linda on Ancon Hill. Great place to get a photo memory.
Casco Antigo, the newer of the old cities.
In the near ground, older buildings are being removed and replaced with the towers of the background encircling the Bay of Panama.
Ancon view of Paitilla and Punta Pacifica
Paitilla and Punta Pacifica districts of Panama City
Districo de Banco. The Banking District with it tall skyscrapers. More and more are built everyday.
Tip of the fort in Casco Antigo
If you want to almost guarantee seeing sloths, head to Amador's Punta Culebra Nature Center.
This guy appeared at the top of a tree just outside the building housing the aquariums. He normally is there, look carefully.
A photo of Chris Gee taking a photo of a rock. The lines cut by never ending tidal changes create interesting patterns and contrast.