I wandered solo out to the vast edge of Provo to catch the last light of the day right at high tide. The wind was howling, and every minute or two a set of large waves crashed against the shore, casting salt spray all around! Then after a few seconds, the sea water would again recede into the ocean, creating white glows about the rocks. Notwithstanding the *many* insect bites, it was truly an inspirational and magnificent natural scene!
Providenciales is about 30 miles long, running roughly in an East/West line. The west and south shoreline is predominantly rock, as seen in this view, with a few sand bars scattered throughout.
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