Watery Wednesday #118: Marigot Bay

Marigot Bay, St. Martin, taken from Fort Louis. September 11, 2001.

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Wintery weather has kept us close to home for the past couple of weeks, so I went to my archives to get this picture of Marigot Bay on the island of St. Martin/Sint Maarten.  This island is split into two parts — one French, the other Dutch.  The picture was taken at ruins Fort Louis above Marigot, the capital of the French St. Martin.

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13 Responses to “Watery Wednesday #118: Marigot Bay”

  1. Mildred Says:

    Good Morning George, The water is such a lovely color in this photo and what magnificent clouds. Thank you for sharing with us today.

  2. diane Says:

    Good idea to dig out photos of warm places when the cold weather keeps you indoors.

  3. Neal Says:

    That really looks inviting specially since it’s around zero here.

  4. Happyone Says:

    I was there last year in December. The color of the water is amazing!

  5. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    What a beautiful place! And a terrific capture! Love the color of the water! It is great to have photo archives when the weather makes getting out more of a pain than pleasure! I do so relate! Have a great day, George!


  6. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    A warm and inviting picture,just what i need on a cool overcast day.

  7. Karin Says:

    With blizzard conditions around here today, you gave me a virtual trip to someplace warm and lovely. What a great photo for today! Thanks George!

  8. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    This is so pretty that I had to click on it. What is that square stone thing in the foreground? The blue of the water is wonderful, I notice that way farther out, it turns an even deeper shade. Wonder why it is so deserted?

  9. Kathy Says:

    George, Richard and I will meet you and Betsy in St. Martin! The warmth would feel good…

  10. Carletta Says:

    Looks so warm and inviting! I almost think I can feel a warm breeze and I wish I could!

  11. Neal Says:

    George, that snow falling on that picture don’t look very nice. 🙂

  12. Loren Says:

    Now that’s the kind of picture I LOVE to see 🙂 Beautiful waters with no sight oF SNOW LOL


  13. Linda G. Says:

    I look out my window and see snow. Sometimes I feel as though we live inside a snow globe! Then I look at your picture of the lovely blue water. What a contrast!

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