The sun sets on George Town, Grand Cayman.
The cruise ship Carnival Magic is obscured by a crane on a nearby pier along the waterfront in George Town, Grand Cayman.
Low-slung buildings rise along the colorful coast of George Town, Grand Cayman.
A gazebo in the gardens of the Pedro St. James National Historic Site—home of the oldest building in the Cayman Islands—in George Town, Grand Cayman.
A cruise ship tender—used to transport passengers between a port and a ship when the ship is unable to dock directly due to shallow water or other reasons—passes the Carnival Liberty just off the coast of George Town, Grand Cayman.
Palm trees at the Pedro St. James historic site on Grand Cayman.
Coral rocks protrude from the Caribbean Sea just off the coast of George Town, Grand Cayman.
Known to the residents of and visitors to Grand Cayman as the “Cayman Shoe Tree” (although it’s actually two trees), this local landmark is a depository for orphaned shoes found on the beaches of the island, as well as a reminder not to litter.
Diving masks and attached snorkels found for rent on a Grand Cayman beach.