A luxury cruise to Bermuda is an idyllic vacation that will never be forgotten. Here you can see a large cruise ship on the turquoise blue waters of Bermuda and a dockside table for relaxing and watching the ships sail by on this beautiful island.
The British territory of Bermuda features a subtropical climate and a variety of activities for the traveler. This photo shows a passenger ferry in the waters of Hamilton, Bermuda. Luxury hotels line the waterfront, providing picturesque views.
This cruise ship porthole gives a glimpse of the blue skies and turquoise water of Bermuda. A cruise provides overnight accommodations as well as meals and recreational activities on board and is an ideal way to travel and explore this island paradise.
A bridge and covered wharf sits in the blue-green waters of Mexico, while a blue sky suggests worry-free days sitting in the sun. People who are searching for serenity, water, sky, and surf can find it in Mexico's warm, tropical environment.
A beach ball floats in the cerulean blue waters of an aboveground swimming pool. There's nothing like a swimming pool to evoke thoughts of fun, relaxation, and warm, sunny recreation.
A lone palm tree stands on white sands, while calm, blue waters provide a calming backdrop. The islands dotting the Caribbean Sea offer sun, sand, surf, and sky for those looking for a respite from today's busy world.
A man in a wet suit takes advantage of a windy day, as his windsurfing board speeds along the lake. The sail is full, and the speed of the board has created a wake behind the surfer. Don't let cold weather and chilly waters keep you on the beach.
LELYSTAD, Netherlands (AFP) - Dutch ranger Andre Donker sighs as he looks out at the rippling grey waters of the Markermeer, one of Europe's largest freshwater lakes. "Once upon a time it was teeming with fish here," he says.
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The recent break of a sewage pipe across the border in Mexico is allowing millions of gallons of sewage to flow into the Tijuana River -- and, eventually, the Pacific Ocean -- impacting coastal areas in California.
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