Nassau in the Bahamas
In this essay, we present the remaining pictures from our photographer’s cruise to the Bahamas in November. Nassau was the last port of call on the cruise before the ship sailed back to New York. These pics are not as crisp and nice as the pictures from the Great Stirrup Cay (see the earlier essay), but we offer them for your viewing enjoyment.
The Bahamas lie southeast of Florida in the Atlantic Ocean.
Here is a picture of the tropical sky.
The day’s itinerary on the cruise ship.
Advertisement for food.
A patrol boat docked.
Impressive thunder clouds in this image.
A welcome for tourists.
Another view – with visitors.
A courtyard scene with small fountains.
Picture taking by visitors.
This next picture looks to be an advertisement for a local beer.
Let’s head out to the beach.
A beach scene.
Palm trees, sand and water, and tourists and some local folks.
Cruise ships docked in the distance, sky, palm trees, sand and shadows.
Another view with the cruise ships a little less distant.
Less shadows, more sunlit sand and blue sky.
Sand and sky with a little water in this image.
Soaking up some sun on a quiet stretch of beach.
We like this next image. Sky, sea and sand.
Water and sky dominate in these small islands. The land is the exception amidst the waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the unlimited sky above.
Now, we show some pics of our photographer enjoying her assignment.
In the shade, on a mild day with good food to eat.
Here we see palm trees that are almost down to the water’s edge.
An invitation to return to these islands.
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