Bermuda has everything going for it. Beaches, Rocks, Quaint streets & shops, Great people and great weather. Nice things to shoot pictures above and below the ground are easy to be found. Yes it was via Cruise Ship.
Scooters and Bermuda go hand in hand. This alley/street was a typical site. Check out how many scooters are parked along here. It's the way to go . The Bus system is excellent as well.
This shot in the caverns glistenned because so much water was running down the walls creating new artwork every year.
This artwork piece of green glass was on the ship near a window. I caught the sun coming through it making it more vibrant.
As you look at this pure white underside of a blue-spotted fluke type fish it is really something as the other side blends in with the ocean floor perfectly. Note they don't have eyes on this side. Their eyes are both on the other side. I have a shot of the other side of one of these beauties later in this gallery.
The NO-Diving sign meant business because many of the rocks are used as diving platforms around the island. The water in the landing zone was about two feet. The sign was a good thing.
I call this one of my painted sunset shots. I was on the deck of a 50 foot Catamaran and the rock and roll was pretty evident. I bumped the ISO up enough to get the shot but it came out more like a painting. The colors were awesome!
I have no idea what kind of bird this is. His beak was black but his feathers were like an orangy-red mixture. He may not be smart but he is bright!
These RUINS stand out against the bright blue sky and the stone pillars. Check out the window in the far back.
I don't know how to describe this but it reminds me of science-fiction movies. Kind of un-worldly.
The hole in the Coral gave me a perfect picture frame for the Cruise Ship going by. I believe this was Horseshoe beach.
These Flamingo's are loud, bright and smelly but they appeared to be having fun by this pond. No they are not plastic!
I call this my Octopus's garden shot. She took off right after my shot but mone of her hi-speed travel came out. They do move pretty fast when they want to.
Talk about a nice quiet cafe with a view. Check out that scenery.
I like the openness of this shot of the RUINS of the Cathedral. The Door and window opennings show nothing but blue sky behind.
The lighting was very low but these formations lit up the foreground just fine. Check out the one almost touching the water.
The exotic tropical fish are beautiful. These black fish with electric blue racing stripes are no exception.
There are some famous beaches to be found at Bermuda. This beach was outstanding. Just look at it!
This old cemetery is raised up like ones I have seen near new Orleans. It's in the side yard of one of the old churches.
The beaches of Bermuda will always call me back. Check out the color variations.
The artwork on the scales of this fish are quite intricate.
I called this red-White and Blue but the drastic color variations begged to be shot.
I call this shellfish and Friends even though they are not really friends. They look retty strange walking along the ocean floor.
The Caverns of Bermuda are pretty special. You don't think about such a place existing on a Tropical setting. These icicles of stone are almost LED electric.Check out the tips of the smaller ones in the darkenned area near the top, (They look like stars) . Pretty Cool. It was about 60 degrees.
Typical Bright colored houses in Bermuda. These are not the Mansions but they are priced like ones.
This Lion fish is quite scary. There are many spikes and seperated fins protruding from every angle of this guy. Other fish seemed to give him the right of way!
This peacock just would not open up for me. I got a friend of his to open up a little later.
Check out the neon-blue, lime green and black on this fish. This fish seemed to light up in the water.
Doors and Steeple of Island Church.
Cavern Beauty showing hundreds of stalactites and dark green water.
Cruise ships are qa common site around Bermuda. The island homes dot the hillsides in the background.
A quaint Island home for one of the many millionaires that live here. This one has it's own little marina around the backside.
The thing that caught my eye with this scene was the moon lined up with the star as well as the faded-chipping paint of the bright red building.
A grainy shot of the Bridge coming home to New Jersey.
I call this peacock in Bloom. That is a lot of eyes looking at you. So very bright!
Another fish with blue stripes. It must be in this year.
I call this Rocks, Beach & Sky. I believe this is near Horseshoe beach. Nice water, Nice sand, Lots of Tropical Fish, some good snorkelling