At Kingfisher Golf Course. We start out looking down at the twin water spouts, then on to relaxing on the concrete wall looking out at the waves.
From FEB. 21, 2010: KINGFISHER, CROCODILE, AND TELESCOPES AT THE PALMS
The Camera Twins take aim. Can you see the turtle they are photographing?
THERE it is!
Further along the links.
I hear lots of different names for this beach: Some say it is Hidden Beach. Some call it Jeffry's Beach. Still others call it Crocodile.
Whatever the real name, it gives some pretty cool wave action.
CAUTION: Video for wave lovers only.
Also, you may not agree with my slow dissolve-fade from scene one to scene two, since it can be a bit disorienting. If you don't like it, feel free to make your own video.....
After Crocodile, we traveled all the way across the island to Wing Beach, where we were treated to a glorious sunset.
Colors kept changing by the minute.
See what I mean?
To cap the day off, we went to The Palms, where Atsuko Eck expertly guided us through the stars, planets, and our moon.
Here, Bev gets an extreme close up view of our Moon.
Atsuko helps someone to get a photo through the telescope. I could not get good photos through the telescope due to the size of my camera lens. Oh well.
Bev tries her hand at getting a lunar masterpiece. To see how her photo turned out, look at the following album (click below, then proceed to photo number 3):