For many vacationers, Barbados’ summery weather and its stunning natural beauty are all it’s biggest draws. As it was customary with every caribbean island we visited, we explored the island’s picturesque towns with their quint chapels and modest homes because I’ve watched enough Anthony Bourdain and Samantha Brown travel episodes to know that the best way to gain an authentic feel for a country is through its people and their food.
Following a 4hr tour, we settled at one of their many stunning white sand beaches and while walking along the shore, there was a long bridge that extended into the water which many were using as a platform to dive into the warm waters. Standing directly underneath it, I took a photograph of the scenery with a the Tokina 10-17mm f/3.5 - 4.5 that I had rented via Borrowlenses.
Surprisingly enough, I ended up using the lens less than I expected although I loved the versatility of being able zoom in and out with this lens which is normally not an option with any other fisheye.