Okoa Island (left) and Makave Peninsula, in reaching out to each other, are connected by coral flats which are submerged most of the time. The almost enclosed lagoon is one of the atoll features common to this fascinating area of coral reefs and tectonic uplift.
very beautiful photo! Like
Thank you, Kazem. Light rin was falling at the time stippling the smooth surface of the lagoon. I thought that the fisherman had arranged their boats perchance a photographer should come along.
Kind regards from Tonga,
Fantastic shot. LIKE
Cheers from Hong Kong, Jeff
Very good composition LIKE
Bes regard, r&s
Pleased that you affirm this, Jeff, but can you see it in all its glorious tropical colour when the sun has coloured the sea?
I appreciate your affirmation, Roland and Sandrine. Thanks. It occurred to me that the fishermen were artists and anchored the boats so as to enhance the lagoon.
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Photo taken in Unnamed Road, 'Okoa, Tonga
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