Wedding on Board

As we left Hamilton Island setting sail for Darwin, the ship’s captain married a young couple at sea. As pictures were being taken after the ceremony, the bride indicated that she would like some of the photos to show the gorgeous sunset in the background. At first this appeared to pose a bit of a dilemma since the sun was setting on the opposite side of the ship from where the pictures were being taken. Not a problem for the Crystal Serenity officers and crew, though. The Captain ordered the ship to circle around; the photos were taken and we then we proceeded on our way.

And speaking of photos, here are some taken in Darwin, in the Northern territories in the Australian Outback.

Joe

Wedge-tailed eagle with trainer in the Australian outback
Wedge-tailed eagle with trainer in the Australian outback
A Coocal Bird land on Trainer's Arm
A Coocal Bird lands on Trainer’s Arm
Lily Pads in the Australian Outback
Lily Pads in the Australian Outback
Wedge-tailed eagle on trainer's glove in the Australian outback
Wedge-tailed eagle on trainer’s glove in the Australian outback

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  1. just wanted to clarify that the picture of the lily pads was at the Territory Wild Life park where there is a replication of a rain forest – the outback is a bit dry for lily pads.

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