Kodak MAX Water & Sport – waterproof single use camera – 35mm

I picked up one of those at CVS. Wow! I just saw how cheap you can get them online…. now I’m a little depressed. I spend about 20$ on it and another 20$ for the developing.

What do you think about the pictures? Was it a good investment? All I know is that I had a ton of fun using it. And it was the first time that I used a waterproof camera. Not so easy to hold it steady and getting good pictures of these quick fishies. And not to mention while wearing goggles ๐Ÿ™‚


This shipwreck is the famed “Ghost Ship“, or the Antilla, a German freighter that is the largest wreck in the Caribbean (400′ long). It sunk when it was brand new, doesn’t look like it, hm? ๐Ÿ˜‰

That’s it for today, check me out snorkeling haha. It was so amazing!

Aruba Series No.5 Rocky Beaches

“Aruba is widely known for its white sandy beaches on the western and southern coasts of the island, relatively sheltered from fierce ocean currents, and this is where most tourist development has taken place. The northern and eastern coasts, lacking this protection, are considerably more battered by the sea and have been left largely untouched by humans.” Source: wikipediaย 

We had the change to go on a sightseeing trip to this part of the Island and I was astound by how different it looked! The first picture on the left is the so called Natural bridge.ย It’s a formation of coral limestone cut out by years of pounding surf.

Bon Bini Aruba Series No.2 Iguana

Papiamentu is the local language of the ABC Islands – Aruba, Bonaire, and. Curaรงao.

Papiamentu is a mixture of Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, English, French, and it also has some Arawak Indian and African influences. Papiamentu is one of the few Creole Languages of the Caribbean that has survived to the present day.

Bon Bini means welcome ๐Ÿ™‚

Now to some more pictures! Iguanas live in Aruba and they are literally everywhere. Of course this gave me a great opportunity to take some nice shots!