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Caribbean Blue
Photo By Fabi Fliervoet

  • Title: Caribbean Blue
  • State/Province/Region:
  • Country: Netherlands Antilles
  • Nearest Area: Simpson Bay
  • Nearest Town: Mullet Bay
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: I never saw this tree with full foliage, It just never gets a break from the salty tradewinds. However, the way it's branches are split down to the base and its weird foliage makes this a interesting scene. Well, you guys know the cliche picture of a lonely tree in a vast green landscape? This is the Caribbean version . Made the picture at Mullet Bay Beach in St. Maarten
  • Gear: Canon Xti with 17-40mm F/4L
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Keywords:  BlueGreenLandscapesTrees
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