Photographer's Note

Mana Island, Fiji

Don’t you just love the colours of the water here? This is the view of Mana Island that I took as I was walking around the western half of the island. I have such wonderful memories of my holiday there…

Fiji is an archipelago of over 300 islands (about 100 are inhabited) scattered across 200,000 square miles of ocean. The islands are primarily volcanic in origin with high rugged terrain. Other smaller islands are of coral or limestone origin. The largest island and population centre is Viti Levu, and Fiji's international airport is located at Nadi in the north-west. Fiji is blue lagoons, stunning white beaches, colourful fish-filled reefs, lush forests, and is home to around 780,000 friendly people. The population consists of approximately 50% Fijians, 46% Indians with the remainder being European, Rotuman, Chinese, and other Pacific Islanders.

Fiji enjoys a warm and pleasant temperature throughout the year - average 72°F / 22Cin the mild, dry season of May through October, and 78.5°F / 26C in the warm, wetter season of November through April. Dress for Fiji is cool and casual, though swimsuits and brief attire should be confined to beaches and hotel swimming pools.

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Additional Photos by Janice Dunn (Janice) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 920 W: 68 N: 1359] (4403)
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