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At the northern end of Barbados there exists a series of caverns which can be reached from the top of the cliffs, called the Animal Flower Cave. The speciality of these caves are the sea anemones (had to look up spelling of that one!) which live in the rock pools. As the travel brochures point out, some of the pools are deep enough to swim in (hmmm...so much for eco-tourism then, would have prefered to save the anemones).

Well, here are a couple of brave and hardy souls that decided to take a dip in the waters. I have to say, probably one of the more scenic natural swimming pools I have seen yet.

Taken with the old trust(less) powershot G2 and it's amazing ability to miss the shot - though seem to have caught something here.

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Additional Photos by David Plummer (DiaAzul) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 120 W: 77 N: 235] (1403)
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