Signs of Eleuthera

Back in late July, my family and I spent a lazy week in Eleuthera, a beautiful and relatively undeveloped island belonging to the Bahamas archipelago.  It’s a long (110 miles) and skinny island that’s bordered by pink sand beaches and the azure Atlantic on the east and the turquoise and mint-colored waters of the Great Bahama Bank on the west.  Although it’s only 50 miles from Nassau and 225 miles from Miami, Eleuthera’s relaxed atmosphere gave us the feeling that we were worlds away from our hectic American life.

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I’ve been wanting to tell you about this special place but life keeps getting in the way.  When I saw that “Signs” was the WordPress Photo Challenge for this week, I thought the theme would be a great way to introduce you to this wonderfully quirky island and to push me to start posting again.

Signs of Eleuthera

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