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This was taken at Scots Head which is at the south-western tip of Dominica. The bay here is an extinct volcanic crater and plummets to indeterminate depths as a lava chute which is why I think there is such a marked difference in the colour of the water. I'm standing on a narrow spit of land which separates the Atlantic which crashes on the other side of the spit behind me and the gentle lapping of the Carribean which you see here. It's a fascinating sight!

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