Fungi Passage, St. John
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Fungi Passage, St. John

They mirror each other – fluffy white clouds sprinkled across a vibrant blue sky; lush green islets dotting the azure sea below. Travel along the north coast of St. John and you’ll find scenes like this repeated all along the roadside, a series of lookout points making it easy to stop, stare, and enjoy one of Mother Nature’s crowning glories. This one in particular, showing the narrow Fungi Passage between Mary Point on mainland St. John and the offshore Whistling Cay, is a particular favorite of mine.


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