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Sunday, February 12, 2012

Colors of the Caribbean

Good morning,

We are aboard Freedom of the Seas floating around the Caribbean.  This stop is at Royal Caribbean's private beach, Labadee, Haiti.
The colors of the sky and water are spectacular here!
My favorite color is blue, followed closely by all the other colors of the sea.
Beautiful.  *sigh*
 All too soon it was time to board our gorgeous ship and sail off to the next port. 

I hope you enjoy cruising with us.

All the best,
Lois

16 comments:

Judy said...

I always enjoy cruising with you guys.

Nedra said...

Looks heavenly!

Life Looms Large said...

Gorgeous!!!! The water looks so inviting!

Enjoy!
Sue

VP said...

Impressive and beautiful...

TexWisGirl said...

i love that - 'all the other colors of the sea' :)

rkbsnana said...

Trying so hard not to be envious of your travels. Enjoy!!

Happy Days said...

That is soooo pretty!! Water sure is swirling about! Maybe one of these days.....debbie

Bill S. said...

Looks like you are going to have a great trip.

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

If you enjoy cruising with you?? I DOOOOOOO !!
Wow, what awesome cruise ship that is!
Happy cruising, sweet Lois xxx

Jan n Jer said...

Simply Gorgeous! Enjoy!

River Glorious said...

That water looks wonderful...

NixBlog said...

Wow! What amazing shots! Those azure and turquoise coloured waters are amazing.

NixBlog said...

PS: A friend of mine has a blog devoted to cruising as he enjoys these very much. Worth a look, Lois:

http://timspages.blogspot.com.au/

Karen said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh, lovely. It's minus 12 degrees here and we are under a blanket of snow.

Montanagirl said...

Love the green tones of the water!

Life 101 said...

I'm envious.
I was in Panama in 1972-73, and I spent a lot of time by the sea.
I have pictures, but they never seem to capture the vibrancy of the color, plus you can't smell or hear the surf.
Beautiful post.