Memories of Kiribati

As I was cleaning up my old computer files at work, I came across all of the Christmas Island photos I had stored.  What a great trip.  Spent over two weeks on the south pacific island (woulda been exactly two weeks if the plane hadn’t been a couple of days late in picking us up).  I thought I would post a couple of photos while I was thinking about it…

Flying over the largest coral atoll in the world and looking towards the lagoon opening on the wouthwestern side.
Flying over the largest coral atoll in the world and looking towards the lagoon opening on the southwestern side.
View out over the lagoon showing the maze of land, sand and water.  If you look closely in the foreground you can see a jeep trail that we used to acess these interior portions of the lagoon.
View out over the lagoon showing the maze of land, sand and water. If you look closely in the foreground you can see a jeep trail that we used to access these interior portions of the lagoon.
Fellow angler Andy and me all smiles - somewhere near the equator.
I really liked this photo because it captured the always changing vistas on the vast expanses of white sand flats.
I really liked this photo because it captured the always changing vistas on the vast expanses of white sand flats.
This sums up the moment - a fish is spotted and a cast is made.
This sums up the moment - a fish is spotted and Peter makes a cast.
Yours truly aspiring for the cover GQ magazine.
Yours truly aspiring for the cover GQ magazine.

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