bahamas

Bahamas Scuba Adventure

Cute Lobster Hunter

Cute Lobster Hunter

Lonely Road 1 & 2 were taken on Norman Cay, an island with a population of about 25.  There is a bar on Norman Cay that is said to be one of Jimmy Buffett’s favorites.  It is located across the airstrip at the end of Lonely Road.  The Castle is in that area as well.  Cute Lobster Hunter bagged that bug while holding her breath.  All of these were shot with a D700 and Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 zoom.


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The Swimming Pigs

The Swimming Pigs

The Swimming Pigs

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This scuba adventure trip was on a crowded 65 foot sailboat. It started in Nassau and wound its way through the isolated Exuma Cays. The price was low, but accommodations were minimal. Each passenger gets a bunk. Dive gear goes above deck and the rest of your stuff goes in your bunk. In order to travel light, all I brought along photographically was my D300 and 16-85 zoom.  Kind of sounds like one of those one camera, one lens stories.

One of the highlights of the trip was that I completed scuba dive number 1000.

The swimming pigs photograph has been stolen repeatedly.


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The Thunderball Cafe

Leaving Before The Storm

Leaving Before The Storm

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The Thunderball Cafe is now closed.  It took its name from a James Bond movie and was located on Staniel Cay in the Exuma chain of the Bahamas.  That day I also visited a beach with a large population of lizzards.