Category: Scapes

Cooper Jack, Turks and Caicos Islands

Posted on 08/20/15 by admin
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Turks and Caicos offers many spots where one can get away from it all and be at peace with the environment. Regardless of how many times I visit a particular spot, I rediscover the peace and tranquility that it offers. the Cooper Jack area in Providenciales is one such place. Here is what I rediscovered […]

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Sunday on Gracebay Beach

Posted on 03/10/14 by admin
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I sometimes have to remind myself that I am living on a beautiful island (Providenciales) where many in people in temperate countries wish they were at times. The stroll I took along the Gracebay beach on Sunday not only tore me away from the computer screen, but provided me these wonderful views.

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Providenciales named second best island in the world: 2014 Travelers’ Choice Awards

Posted on 02/25/14 by admin
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Island getaways are a particularly dreamy type of vacation experience. Whether it’s palm trees, soft sand, and a tropical breeze; village shops, lighthouses and cozy restaurants; or historic sights and cultural activities; you can be transported to a place that provides a truly unique escape. Now, for the second year, TripAdvisor presents the best islands […]

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Sunset in Turks and Caicos Islands

Posted on 02/21/14 by admin
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The Turks and Caicos Islands, on any given day, offer wonderful opportunities to capture breath-taking shots of the natural environment. This was the case several years ago when I captured this shot in Leeward on the island of Providenciales.

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Snapshots of Providenciales

Posted on 11/15/12 by admin
Walkway to the beach, Turks and Caicos Islands

Here’s a small collection of random photos taken around Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands. Evidence as to why the islands are aptly referred to as “Beautiful by Nature”.

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Saturday at Bugaloo’s

Posted on 11/14/12 by admin
Five Cays Beach

Bugaloo’s is a blast from the past. The rebirth of sorts of a joint that served up some mouth watering conch dishes. It’s back on the beach, only this time in the settlement of Five Cays. I managed to snap a few photos in between a few drinks.

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Salt Cay: A Throwback to Times Past

Posted on 11/13/12 by admin
Aerial view of Salt Cay

Salt Cay is the second largest of the Turks Islands comprising Turks and Caicos Islands. It is home to a population of under 100 people and the ruins of what was once a bustling salt industry. I paid a visit to the tiny island in October and took a few photos to share.

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Boat Ride across the Caicos Bank

Posted on 10/16/12 by admin
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A boat ride from North Caicos to Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands yielded these stunning views on the 25-minute ride. A piece of rock on the Caicos Bank Incomplete buildings on Dellis cay Speeding by Dellis Cay The dock in Providenciales

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Mile High Over The Bahamas

Posted on 10/07/12 by admin
Over the Bahamas

Flying above the Bahamas on a typical Caribbean day is a joy to anyone with a camera. The cobalt blue sky and the turquoise water below interrupted by a few heaps of cumulus clouds is more than enough to draw a few clicks from even the most amateur photographer.

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