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Fort Jefferson Photograph - Fort Jefferson Dry Tortugas by Susanne Van Hulst

Fort Jefferson Dry Tortugas is a photograph by Susanne Van Hulst which was uploaded on November 25th, 2009.

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Gorgeous color, Susanne. I particularly like the way the eye is led to the horizon by the two structures as well as by the clouds.

Thank you very much for your kind comment, dear Ann! :-)

Beautiful! :)

Thanks so much, dear Carol!

Thank you Louis!! It's paradise out there! :)

Beautiful work!

If you ever get the chance, Dania... you would like it there! Thank you for the kind comment.

Fabulous Susanne, pristine waters, need a brake soon, the heat is horrible! This image looks stunning. Florida, has the most wonderful beaches I have ever seen. Glad to be able to enjoy them again throught your lens!!! hugs Cheers:)

You should do that, Traci. It's absolutely fabulous and gorgeous out there - also for snorkeling. The waters are crystal clear! Thanks for your comment.

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