Great Guana Cay is a long but narrow islet which is 9 miles (14.5 km) in length located in the centre of the Abaco Islands, about 8 miles from Marsh Harbour. It has a five and a half mile long beach on the ocean side which is one of the longest in the Bahamas. A cove on the island is called Kidd's Cove named after the pirate William Kidd. The island has a population of approximately 150 people who live on a settlement which stretches along the beach. Great Guana Cay's settlement is known for its rich loyalist culture and architecture, as well as its lively social scene. Several traditional loyalist homes exist in the settlement, which wraps around a natural harbor.
After snorkelling, our captain took us to the settlement for lunch. On the way into the harbor, we whizzed past this interesting vessel.
Öğle Yemeğine Giderken
Great Guana Cay (Büyük Guana Adacığı) Abaco Adalarının merkezinde, Marsh Harbourdan yaklaşık 8 mil uzaklıkta bulunan 9 mil (14.5 km) uzunluğunda, uzun ama dar bir adacıktır. Okyanus tarafında bir beş buçuk kilometre uzunluğunda Bahamalarda en uzunlardan biri olan plaja sahiptir. Adada adını korsan William Kiddden alan bir koya Kidd Koyu denir. Ada, sahili boyunca uzanan bir yerleşim üzerinde yaşayan yaklaşık 150 kişilik bir nüfusa sahiptir. Great Guana Cay yerleşimi zengin kraliyet sadıkları kültürü ve mimarisinin yanı sıra canlı sosyal hayatıyla bilinir. Yerleşimde doğal bir liman saran çeşitli geleneksel kraliyet sadığı evleri vardır.
Şnorkelden sonra, kaptan bizi öğle yemeği için yerleşime götürdü. Liman içine girerken, biz bu ilginç geminin yanından geçtik.
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kato (10597) 2014-02-01 23:11
You're capturing well this scene by a good composition and excellent tone/clarity, so it's interesting and impressive to see the calm sea, long/narrow islet and the ship which is cruising. It seems to be the tasteful cargo ship which carries the soil and sand. Here looks like another attractive aspect when I read your note, although I haven't visited this Great Guana Cay in Bahama.
ikeharel (47038) 2014-02-02 1:15
Old rusty barge crossing the blue water and lavish green surrounding, Murat.
collected well with an a skewed angle upon, its motion enhanced on picture.
Enjoy a nice sunday,
jhm (130684) 2014-02-02 4:53
I don't know but I think a dredging's boat with silt.
Your picture is technical excellent taken.
You create depth and perspective through your excellent choice of your angle.
Colours and composition are pleasant to look at.
Very well done, TFS.
Have a nice Sunday,
Subhogen (3230) 2014-02-02 5:28
Fantastic view on your way to lunch. Love the colour of the water over here. This vessel looks like a tug boat, not sure. Good composition with sky, land and sea. Thanks for sharing.
marabu61 (6303) 2014-02-02 8:08
For me it looks like a small wonder that this old working horse of a barge stays afloat here. Pleasing shot of a every day scene in the Bahamas though.
have a great sunday
jmdias (49701) 2014-02-08 4:44
interesting coast line, looks like made of ancient reefs. nice view with the boat.;
- Copyright: Murat Tanyel (mcmtanyel) (7359)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2012-07-04
- Categories: Transportation
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- Date Submitted: 2014-02-01 22:20