Antigua Pictures - Tropical Stock Photography including St. Johns and Bird Island
|Antiguans boast of their island
having 365 beaches, one for each day of the year. While we did not count
the beaches, there are certainly a lot of them, and all picture-postcard
beautiful. The sand is pure white, the water is aqua blue and palm trees
are abundant. Antigua has a rich history, with it's Danish and British
heritage. Ruins of forts, sugar plantation and windmills dot the island.
Perhaps the best preserved of the old architecture is Nelson's dockyard, a
picturesque village of beautifully restored buildings housing shops, restaurants and
yachting service businesses. You will not find lovelier, happier, more
friendly people anywhere, and smiles and greetings flow freely. Antigua is
somewhat unspoiled, quieter and less traveled than many of the other
Caribbean islands, yet it does have excellent accommodations ranging from
quaint bed and breakfasts to large full-service resorts. We had the great
fortune to be hired to do an Antigua photo shoot, and were given an
in-depth tour of the island by an Antiguan citizen.
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