Turquoise water

 

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soothing sight of turquoise water on the east of Bim.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shades of brilliant turquoise return to the ocean after a flood of sargassum seaweed in 2015. The seaweed brought its surprises, challenges and resources to Bim – eventually making way for the huge salty expanse of emerald that’s warm, refreshing, healthy and inviting.

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The Crane, St. Philip on the south eastern side of Bim.
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South coast on a breezy day
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it starts with one

 

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…and with each wave comes more gifts – tesoros del mar: shells, sea-smoothed stones and sea-glass to decorate the planter pots and art pieces.
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the magnificent beauty of God’s Creation

Sea sounds

 

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