Caribbean waters

By Debbie - 1:39 PM

Taken on February 2011, at Cayo blanco island, Cuba
Cayo Blanco is a tiny coral island located beyond the Eastern tip of the Ancon Peninsula. It contains highly developed reef formations with a high degree of biodiversity and hosts a number of endangered species, including black coral and has a rich marine life with hundreds of colourful tropical fish and various ornamental reef fish species. 
The island is uninhabited and its virgin beaches and shallow waters surrounded by coconut trees and palm trees is the closest thing to Paradise I have ever experienced.

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