Day 56: Jewel and Pigeon Cay, Honduras
Geof decided to go with a smaller dive shop in Utila that was based off the island and on the tiny Jewel and Pigeon Cays, that were no bigger than half a block. During our time we had walked up the same strip so many times, eating at each of the four restaurants and we thought we knew the area well.
As beautiful as the Cays were, neither of us had taken many photos. Sometimes it’s difficult to capture the essence of a place, especially if it likely includes generic looking water and landscape shots. I just couldn’t see the shots. I liked the quirkiness of the place but we hadn’t used our DSLRs once and so with an hour to go before leaving Geof suggested that walk the length and just shoot whatever we saw.
Looking back at these photos, I realize that it wasn’t the water and landscape shots that made the Cays so beautiful but the little details that gave it character.
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