A dear friend, German writer, Tina Uebel, captured this image on the island of San Salvador in the Bahamas (where, reputedly, Mr. Columbus first set foot in the... hahaha, New World).
We had anchored there (some 20+ years ago now) on our way to the north and west of Cuba, from the Windward Islands (Martinique, Saint Lucia, etc.)... aboard the very fondly remembered, Venezuelan flagged sailboat, Mimosa Y Tadeo.
Closer to home now... Francisco Mata passed away earlier this year. A very emblematic and well loved folklorist/singer/songwriter in the region where I live, in the east of Venezuela. Many times have I navigated the waters between the island of Margarita (Nueva Esparta) and the islands of Mochima (Picua Grande or Big Barracuda, Isla Mono or Monkey Island, Chimana Grande, Chimana Segunda, etc. etc. etc.) by happily sighting las tetas (the breasts) de Maria Guevarra, the two small mountains pictured in the video... ;)
(To read a navigational chart of Venezuelan waters is to glean a bit of the character and history of this fascinating, confounding country... )
Saludos friends ~