Saturday, February 28, 2015

Bahamas Blue


I've visited the Bahamas many, many, times but I don't recall being so struck by the startling blue water and sky. Every where I stepped on the small island of Bimini, I felt enveloped by the dreamy blue landscape. I was so taken that I coined the phrase Bimini blue whenever I became awestruck by the island's beauty, which was every time I strolled along the shore. When I arrived on the larger island of Nassau and realized that the scenery was still the same serene blue, I decided to change it to Bahamas blue. There are 700 Bahamanian islands so I don't know if all of them share the same beauty but there was enough on these two to soothe any winter-worn soul.


8 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

thanks for the beach warm-up today. :)

Fly Girl said...

Tex, it's always a good day for the beach!

A Cuban In London said...

And of course, me being a kind of "blue-freak", I loved your post! :-) Thanks.

Greetings from London.

Fly Girl said...

Cubano, I'm not surprised that you love blue.

A Cuban In London said...

Thanks for your recent comment. I feel like I owe an apology to you and Carmen. If I had her e-mail address I would e-mail her to apologise for my error. My only excuse (totally inexcusable) is that her accent is so believable in the movie that I always thought she was American.

Thanks for bringing attention to my total clumsy oversight.

Greetings from London.

Fly Girl said...

Cubano, she is quite believable as an American so I can see how you were fooled! Actually, all of your Brits were quite good.

Andrew Graeme Gould said...

Lovely photos, Rosalind -- and it sounds delightful!

Fly Girl said...

Andrew, thanks, it was quite an interesting trip.