Beautiful St. John
April 27, 2010 • Photography & Travel
It’s my third visit to this beautiful island in 14 months and each visit I love the island even more. I thought I’d take this opportunity to share a few images I’ve captured over the last couple of days. These photos were all taken using the built-in camera on the iPhone.
Cinnamon Bay beach is 3.9 miles east of Mongoose Junction on Route 20, St. John, US Virgin Islands. By far the best view on the island. It truly is breathtaking.
Sunset viewed from Cruz Bay.
Salomon Beach is about a mile hike from Cruz Bay. Quiet, white sand and clear waters it is a must visit for all beach lovers.
Just had to add this to the photo collection.
Cruz Bay is where all the ferries from neighboring islands come in. St. Thomas is in the distant to the left.
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