Monday, March 23, 2015

Storming the Beaches

Storming Flamenco Beach

A week of posts from Culebra and not a single beach picture? That just ain't right.

Flamenco. Tamarindo. Melones. Punta Soldado. Zoni. A dozen others, small and remote, accessible by a little jungle hiking, a bit of sailing, or a healthy paddle. Wide white sands and rugged, rocky shores. It's all here. It's all beautiful.

Even the remnants of the Navy's practice bombing grounds add a little interest when appropriately decommissioned and decorated.

Not a single beach picture? Well, let's fix that.

Zoni Was Crowded Today

Looking Out Towards Culabrita and the Virgins

Soldado's South Point

Sunrise on Fulladoza

Sunset on Soldado

My Favorite Beachcomber

We stormed the beaches, met little resistance, and were victorious. We had them all to ourselves. Winter never had a chance.

3 comments:

Justin Carfagnini said...

Beautiful shots, Mike! My favorite has to be the Soldado South Point shot. The cliff, clouds, waves, and sunshine are just fantastic.

Mike Sepelak said...

Thanks Justin. Soldado was just down the road from us and we spent a fair amount of time climbing along its rocky edges. I have to say, though, that Zoni was my favorite.

No wait. Zoni's terrible!. No one should go there. Yeah. No one. Ever.

Kevin Frank said...

That tank on the beach is pretty cool.