A view of the shore line near Boca Prins.
A view of the park from the paved road. Almost 20% of this relatively small island has been dedicated to preserving this portion of the desert island. With that said, development is relatively expensive and what is located here are 10 windmill power generators which make efficient use of the islands almost continuous trade winds.
A sincere thank you to Billy, and if you are from Montana, and close to Glacier NP then you have some beautiful country out there..we visted last summer. The opportunity for this photo was a once in a lifetime. Glad I could share the beauty of this mountain with you.
Bryce Canyon is breath taking at any time of day. Due to ever changing lighting conditions, no two pictures are alike and each can convey a different mood. This approaching summer rainstorm provided an almost continuous and stark contrast between light and dark.
This image was captured along the winding 20 mile road that passes through the rugged landscape of Badlands National Park. To think that this could have been the same view of a pioneer moving westward to California some 150 years ago is indeed special.
The classic Dutch windmill situated on the island of Aruba is a popular photo opportunity and underlies the Dutch influence on this island. According to history, the mill was not built, but actually transported from the Netherlands.It is situated next to the Mill Resort and has been among other things a bar and a restaurant. This photo was taken from the observation tower at Bubali Plains Bird Sanctuary about ¼ mile to the southwest.
Taken from the water(do not try this at home), Baby Beach Aruba is located at the extreme southeastern end of the island. It is almost entirely enclosed, and the water is usually no more than chest high. Many enjoy snorkeling at the break in the jetty. Terns are abundant in this area with an occasional Chilean flamingo.