Monolith in eastern Barbados.


Barbados is a fantastic place to scuba dive and has a fascinating monkey preserve as well. The eastern end of the island clocks some of the fastest winds on earth and where they occasionally host surfing X-games. This was a mild day and I assure you the winds where relentless. Millions of years ago this rock was probably part of the cliffs about a thousand feet behind me but was now a lone pock-faced monolith out at the edge of the beach with the whistling wind and crashing waves working it’s underbelly. It was intense.