“We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.” – Mother Teresa
Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. The beautiful palm is near while the ocean beckons me; far in the distance.
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Have you been to Cayman Islands? Tell me about your journey below.
Another winner… I like your work…
Thank you kindly!
Thanks for the visual getaway, Jennifer!
I visited the Caymen Islands a few years ago. Apart from all the tax free shops, the main thing I remember is having a particularly large stingray wrap itself around my body whilst we were visiting Stingray City. It gave me such a fright!!
Did it give you a hickey?
LOL! I know it!
……the magic of photography, you can almost feel the warm wind on your face and the briny smell of the sea mixed with the aroma of your pina colada….. wow! better say the power of day-dreaming, and I’m supoosed to be on the job! Just for the general public, that pic is tagged Cayman but West coast Sardinia has countless similar, awe inspiring beaches, and you don’t need to resemble Johnny Depp or have a VIP passport either – btw the Pina colada or more appropriate chilled Vermentino is on me
My sort of scene! Thinking Africa, it reminds me of Mozambique.
My dream is to travel in Africa … one day!
I have not been to the Cayman Islands, but I would certainly like to go there.
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I love the beach. Haven’t been to Cayman Island but being on a place like that is so relaxing.. away from traffic, the busy world.
Thanks Lea. I don’t like the big city, the further away I am from a large city the better! 😉
Beautiful shot can almost hear the ocean
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Una bella fotografia…