Leprechauns Are Redundant Rascals In The Emerald City

The Path To Mt Scenery, Saba, Dutch Caribbean
The Path To Mt Scenery, Saba, Dutch Caribbean

Generally speaking, for Saba jungle images I took while I was there, I have to reduce the saturation of the color green, because it’s so incredibly green on your way up, it tends to blow out your eyes ability to pick out detail. I let the green be in this picture, so you can really get a sense of the kinds of jungle flora around you, on trees, ferns, plants, and the man made volcanic stone walls that line some of the hike to Mt Scenery. It’s the most strenous official trail on Saba, and I summited ten times during my four months there. I always discovered something new and delightful.

For those of you who’ve summited Mt Scenery, this particular structure is very distinct and unique on the scenery path. Care to guess where on the path it is?

3 thoughts on “Leprechauns Are Redundant Rascals In The Emerald City

  1. Hey there..is this right after you manage the steps from the road to The Bottom? This is an amazing hike, just keep looking back…down what a view!!!! Give me a call tomorrow..my day off of the world….Cheeeeerrrsss!!! T

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