Paradise in photos – The Seychelles
Thought for the day…”Success comes in cans, not in can’ts”
“Failure is the tuition that you pay for sucess”
About 85 000 people live in the island nation of the Seychelles, which is situated about 1500km off the eastern African coast and north of Madagascar. Around 115 islands make up the country, which have been controlled at times by both France and Britain. The islands have also been used by pirates, and it is said that the treasure of Le Vasseur, a notorious pirate, is buried there somewhere. Victoria, the capital, on the main island of Mahe, claims to be the smallest capital in the world, although it is the outer islands where the real beauty is. Island hopping is easy there, either on the local fast ferries or the domestic flights in Twin Otter aircraft. Due to the restrictions on the number of tourists, it is not (yet) overrun or overcrowed, just peaceful and beautiful. A couple of photos are worth a thousand words……..Both photos taken with the Fuji X-E1 camera.
And another photo from the Seychelles….
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