I've just posted a few of my favorite images from my recent trip to French Polynesia, specifically Tahiti and Moorea. While Tahiti was enjoyable, the traffic jams and development reminded me of Southern California, but with French signage. Moorea, on the other hand, still remains a tropical paradise for those of us use to four seasons of weather.
One of the most visited tourist spots on Moorea is Belvedere Overlook. A narrow, winding paved road will take you to this lookout point. I visited this spot multiple times to shoot at varying times of the day and weather conditions. Check out my ultra-wide panorama image in the French Polynesia gallery.
I would have liked to have enjoyed more time on the beaches as I remain a beach/water person at heart. As I've told others, my favorite locales are the desert American southwest and the tropics. And that explains to a great extent why I live in southwest Utah. I welcome comments and if you're in the St. George area this coming weekend, April 14/15, come out to Kayenta to take part in the Second Annual Chalk Art Festival. You'll see some amazing artists creating their art.