S: SUMMER 2011
FC: March, 2011 | Vieques
1: La Isla Nena
2: DAY AT THE | Pool!
6: Fun in the Sun!
8: Relaxing day at the beach
12: Body Sufing! | Body Surfing!
14: Underneath the water, Way down deep, In sand and stones and seaweed, Starfish creep.
15: Snails inch slowly, Oysters sleep, Underneath the water, Way down deep.
16: Wild horses of Vieques!
17: Other charming animals of Vieques
19: The pride of Vieques is an ancient Ceiba Tree. This tree is estimated to be 300 to 400 years old. A buttressed root system effectively supports the ceiba. The buttresses, which can extend out over 30 feet from the main trunk, allow the tree to resist all but the most forceful hurricanes.
20: Happy Birthday Grandma!
22: Night out on the town!
23: Brother bought a coconut, he bought it for a dime His sister had another one, she paid it for a lime. She put the lime in the coconut, she drank them both up They put the lime in the coconut, they drank them both up!
24: Puerto Mosquito (Mosquito Bay) is located on the southern shore of the island of Isla de Vieques, Puerto Rico. This magical bioluminescent bay has been officially declared the brightest recorded in the world by Guiness Book of World Records 2008.
25: In the water of Mosquito Bay there are organisms named Pyrodinium bahanense, Dinoflagellates (dinos). These "dinos" are responsible for this amazing natural phenomenon. When the "dinos" come into contact with another organism or shaken they produce a bright burst of blue light.
26: Good food!
27: Belly Buttons!
28: Fuerte de Vieques is a fort built in 1845 located in the town of Isabel Segunda in Vieques. In 1991, the fort was restored by the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture. The structure houses the Vieques Museum of Art and History and the Vieques Historic Archives, an extensive collection of documents related to the history of Vieques.