Sunrise while sailing into the southwest coast of Grenada.
Dusk in Prickly Bay.
Mermaid figure in Grenada's underwater sculpture park
Sea growth is constantly altering the appearance and shapes of these sculptures.
"The Nutmeg Princess", homage to one of Grenada's biggest exports.
"The Lost Correspondent" - gone now are newspaper articles on the desktop documenting Grenada's involvement with Cuba.
The underwater sculpture park in Dragon Bay, Grenada
The second of two rings of children holding hands, cast from Grenadian schoolchildren.
This ring of children, cast from local school kids, must be newer than the other ring, as there is far less growth on this one.
Fishermen working the flats just inside the barrier reefs of Mount Hartman Bay.
Jenny's Farmer's Market at Secret Harbour...a very impressive spread of fresh produce!
Jenny's Farmer's Market, every Monday at 1000 at Secret Harbour Marina.
"Country Dave" playing for a near-empty bar at Secret Harbour Marina.
Taking Christopher's shopping bus into town.
St. George's, capitol of Grenada.
Cutty providing some insight into Grenada.
Concord Falls viewed from above.
Concord Falls, Grenada
Concord Falls, Grenada.
Stencils used to mark destinations of burlap sacks full of nutmeg.
Workers in the Gouyave plant shelling nutmeg.
Stencils for marking sacks of nutmeg with their destination.