Not much to post today. I spent the morning doing laundry, and the afternoon I rented a car and drove around as much of the island as I could. Turns out it's a bigger island than I thought, although, it still is a pretty small island. I walked around on the rocky, rough north shore of the island, then found a small beach which nearly no one on it. The beach didn't look that great, but I decided to give it a shot. I hopped in the water and swam around for a while. Very nice. After I got out, I didn't have enough time to scope out other beaches for a good sunset, so I decided to stay there.
As sunset approached, I just patiently waited to see what would reveal itself, and after a while noticed the boats on the shore, a few trees, and a small hut. After doing a few test shoots, I decided to focus on the boats. Here for your consideration, three variations on this evening's sunset in the tropics.
After the sunset concluded, I walked across the street to a small outdoor grill and restaurant. I'm figuring out that the beef sate on this island is usually excellent, and tonight was no exception. It continues to be odd to me that I can be on a small Carribean island and find a restaurant that has the flag of Friesland displayed, and blue and white delft tiles in the bathroom that depict typical Dutch scenes, windmills, narrow tall houses, and windswept Dutch children traditionally dressed on the shore with wooden shoes.