Tropical Beach Art Print – Gulf Of Mexico Boats
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During my short week long stay in Mérida, Mexico, I knew I had to have a little bit of tropical beach time. When I started looking into a day spent with my feet firmly planted in wet beach sand, I read about Celestún. While there is a beach much closer, Celestún sounded like exactly the type of tropical beach I was looking for. It sounded beautiful and on a path less traveled.
And my only regret from that day spent on that beautiful tropical beach on the Gulf of Mexico is that I didn’t spend more time there! As you can tell from this print of two little boats bobbing in the sea green waters of the Gulf of Mexico, it was a drop-dead beautiful place. I still look at my tropical beach prints from Celestún and wonder if I somehow found my way to paradise on those Mexican roads that morning. And I wonder if I could ever find my way back there again or if like the stories of a spirit on the highway, it would never reappear a second time?
I know I’m waxing poetic here, but it was just that beautiful. Just look at those clear waters and the amazing colors and the perfect little clouds in the sky… There’s no doubt that I would have stayed on that beautiful tropical beach much later had I rented that car for more than a day! But I left not only with happy memories, I left with some of my favorite beach art. If I ever need a pick-me-up on a gray day, it’s on my wall in the form of this beautiful print of two little colorful boats bobbing in the water just off a tropical beach in Mexico.
Have you had the pleasure of visiting Celestún as well? Or does this tropical beach art print simply speak to the side of you that loves beautiful places? I hope you might take a moment to share what speaks to you most about this particular print?