A Few Seconds Every Day in Long Island, Bahamas (Part 2)

Hurricane Joaquin may have battered the infrastructure of the southeastern out islands of the Bahamas, but the natural beauty of the island remains intact. Waves shifted sands on the beaches, trees are missing, and cliffs have been reshaped, but the iconic coastline–and the people who make the island what it is–remain.

Mother Nature is powerful. But Her destruction only brings rebirth.

Here’s a snippet of enjoyment before the hurricane. It’s still much the same after the storm. Long Island, Bahamas will always be a beautiful place.

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