Scenes from Bermuda
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It would be difficult to say something about Bermuda that has not been said before. Extensive beaches with sands ranging from pearly white to coral pink; an ocean that shines like glass on one day and hurls violent waves onto our shores on others; narrow roadsides lined with the vibrant colours of oleander and hibiscus flowers, and summer days that seem to stretch on and on, hot, sticky and sweet.
No matter how many times I return to Bermuda after travelling, when I first see my island appearing in the distance from the plane's tiny window - I am always surprised to remember how small Bermuda is, and how the island sits so perfectly amongst an expanse of coral reefs in an ocean as many shades of blue as surely there exists. The clarity of Bermuda's waters never fails to take my breath away. This page includes a selection of images from my island in the sun.
It's February and the freesias are starting to bloom!
They will always be my favorite flower and my favorite scent!
I could spend all day amongst a field of freesias...
There are heaps of good places to catch a sunset in Bermuda. Eli's Harbor is one of them!
This couple picked a good spot to watch the sunset!
Our ocean comes in as many shades of blue as you can dream of. Snorkeling around Daniel's Head is an experience I would recommend. Life abounds here.
Waves hit the rocky shore of Grape Bay's east end. The black objects you see in the foreground are not rocks but West Indian Top shells.
Yes, the ocean surrounding Bermuda really is this blue! Daniel's Head is certainly worth a visit. It is one of my favorite locations to spend time.
This is one of my favorite images. I just love the wispy waves and the way the pink sky has lit up the wet sand.
Bermuda's weather during the month of November can be wet and windy. But there will always be evenings like this to enjoy!
When the sun sets in the evening and wet sands glow pink - this is one of my favorite times on a beach!
May 2016 and Bermuda's ocean is glassy and glowing night after night! So beautiful!
Swimming in a golden ocean as the sun sets is not a bad way to spend an evening.
Ocean on Fire!
Tobacco Bay, St. Georges is a special spot that every person visiting Bermuda should see!
Beautiful Bailey's Bay, Hamilton Parish
Seat with a View - Tobacco Bay, St. Georges
This is the kind of evening I dream about!
A 'must do' in Bermuda - sit on the dock of a bay at sunset, listen to the boats swaying on their moorings, and watch the brilliant colours of the setting sun light up the water.
Ocean kissed beach sands shine pink under a December setting sun.
Bermuda Blues, Daniel's Head, Sandy's.
A wave crashes into the calm waters of a rock pool at Grape Bay on a gorgeous November evening.
A gorgeous evening for a row aboard Memory II for Anson Nash and his crew.
Pale pinks and blues light up Horseshoe Beach during a March sunrise.
Sweden's Artemis foils across the Great Sound. Who will will the America's Cup?
It's all smiles for Oracle Team USA.
Oracle Team USA foils across the Great Sound. These magnificent yachts can reach speeds close to 50 knots!