Flamenco Beach, Culebra
Shot in Flamenco Beach on the island of Culebra in Puerto Rico on March 12, 2012 on my Nikon D90 with an 18-200mm VR Lens. It’s easy to see why the Travel Channel named this one of the top 10 beaches in the world a few years ago!
We had to take a bunch of Ferry rides to get on & off the Island, but it was well worth the trip and I would definitely make it again to see some other beaches on the island. I really want to go back and go scuba diving in Puerto Rico.
There are two old tanks on the beach that I’m guessing the US military left out there. They have been painted up pretty cool and are awesome for photo shoots.
Me having some fun messing around on the old tank
During the height of the Spring Break season, there was only about 20 people on the whole beach. Sure, it was a Tuesday, but having all this to yourself is incredible.
My travel postcard photo
Interesting plant on the beach
Another tank at the end of the beach. This one had some cool designs painted on it.
Some pretty cool rock sculptures we found on the beach.
We climbed these rocks for about 30 minutes and found our own private beach.
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