It’s been a good trip for photography for us. Neither of us has a very specialized camera, so we’ve been limited with what we can capture, but we’ve made the best of the versatility our cameras have provided (good macro capabilities, limited manual settings, underwater capability), and we’ve done pretty well. I haven’t had much time for processing or retouching, but I played with a couple lucky shots last night.

Sea anemone in Carriacou

Sea anemone in Carriacou

School in San Cristobal

School in San Cristobal

Now that we’ve joined Frank and Karen, we are lucky enough to have proximity to a long lens, and we are getting access to some great wildlife closeups that we wouldn’t have otherwise. All the credit on those goes to Frank, and I’m glad to have access to them, because when we arrive in our next “home,” I hope to put a wall of shots together documenting favorite sights from our adventures together. Teeny tiny black dots of birds in the distance just wouldn’t cut it to represent my memory of a red-footed booby in flight over Tahina.

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