Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – The Unknown Caribbean
Jul06

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – The Unknown Caribbean

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I don’t know where in the Caribbean this photo was taken – there are scant details offering up morsels of clues leading to the identity of its location – but I knew as soon as I came across it that it would be tough to beat. And tough to beat it turned out to be as it was the most liked “beach pic of the day” post from the past week on our Facebook page. Due to the uncertainty of the locale, I’m not sure how we’ll ever find out way...

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Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Aruba in a Landslide
Jun29

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Aruba in a Landslide

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In our weekly “Beach pic of the day” posts on the Facebook page, it wasn’t even a close on this week as the below image of a beach in Aruba easily fended off all comers to its throne. As we’ve seen consistently in the past, it’s hard to beat the palm trees/white sand beach/crystal clear blue water combo. Add to that the fact that Aruba is such a popular tourist destination and you’ve got a new king, or queen, for a week. It still...

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Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – The Blues and Whites of a Deserted Beach
Jun22

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – The Blues and Whites of a Deserted Beach

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I have no idea where the beach pictured in the below image is located but despite that unknown, it was enticing enough to be the most popular “beach pic of the day” post on our Facebook page for the last week. Even absent palm trees, the shades of blue represented in the sky and water matched with the whites of the sand and clouds was enough to take people on a virtual getaway to a deserted beach. What’s not to love about that? To...

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Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Varadero Beach, Cuba
Jun15

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Varadero Beach, Cuba

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With the relaxing of travel restrictions for Americans to the Caribbean nation of Cuba, travel to this island for my own personal relaxing has been on my mind a lot lately. While the documentation of beach bars has proven a little difficult, one aspect of this nation has not – it’s most popular beach. Located about 75 miles east of Cuba, Varadero Beach pokes itself into Bahia de Cardenas like a stick thing finger, seemingly protecting...

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Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Pigs and Birds, and Boats, Oh My!
Jun01

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Pigs and Birds, and Boats, Oh My!

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There’s something about animals and the beach people can’t resist. Make it a bird catching a ride on a swimming pig and it’s cuteness overload. Hence, it was no surprise that this image, taken in Exumas, Bahamas, was the most liked picture from our daily “beach pic of the day” posts over on the Facebook page. Can you blame the bird? Sure, it might take a little longer to get where you’re going, but it’s the islands, mon. Rush slowly....

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Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Trunk Bay, St. John, US Virgin Islands
May18

Beach Thursday Pic of the Week – Trunk Bay, St. John, US Virgin Islands

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This week’s most liked image from my daily “Beach pic of the day” posts on the Facebook page was one I captured. Taken at Trunk Bay during a day trip to St. John during our recent vacation in St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands, the picture doesn’t require any filters to do what nature can do on her own – show off her beauty. Everything you’ve heard about Trunk Bay is true. I took dozens of shots of the beach and could have taken...

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