|Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles is
an island known mostly to scuba divers which lies adjacent to Aruba at the
southern tip of the Caribbean chain. It is the home of beautiful coral
reefs with huge purple tube sponges, and a diverse collection of small
reef creatures such as cleaner shrimp, teardrop crabs and bristle worms.
The reefs are visited daily both from boats and from the shore. The
Island's waters are turquoise blue, its sunsets fire orange and its
climate is warm and dry with plant life ranging from cactus to tropical
flowers. Bonaire has a rich history, and salt ponds, petroglyphs and
plantation slave hut ruins can be seen around the Island. We have a
large collection of Bonaire underwater photography, and some nice beach
pictures as well.
If you are interested in digital underwater photography, visit our new website, TropicalPictures.net.
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