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Okay, so i must start off my stating that i only saw the 4th episode of this show but i was blown away by the absolutely breathtaking scenery that was shown in the episode i saw 'Secret Shores'. This documentary mini-series must have taken ages to film because the things they captured on film, shots of animals eating, playing and such was so intimate and close-up. The music was beautiful and every piece reflected the scene but with a Caribbean twist.
I was honestly in awe, my mouth dropping open at the beautiful and spectacular shots they got, especially the aerial shots...
i have to say to anyone who considers watching this if (and i hope it does) re-runs, to set the VCR or DVD recorder as this is a show that you will need to watch many times over just to take in the beauty of the Caribbean. Its perfect for banishing those winter blues...
I really don't think i've said "wow!" so many times at one show! Absolutely STUNNING photography and an OUTSTANDING show.
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