Thursday, May 6, 2010

Huatulco's dry season is as beautiful as the rainy season. Although the jungle vegetation looses its foliage and the landscape turns from lush shades of green to brown and gray, the contrast of the landscape with the edge of the ocean is dramatically beautiful, and the blue of the water seems to intensify.
Wildlife is much easier to spot as the protection that the lush jungle provides, is minimized during these months.

Today's morning walk provided us with lots of blue hues to enjoy.- The regal plumage of a Magpie Jay, the iridescent wings of a Dark Purple Wing butterfly, the soft blue sky behind a flowering Flamboyand tree, and the magnificent ocean and sky at the edge of the jungle near Santa Cruz Bay.

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