Limited-edition of a mature Hawkbill turtle ( Eretmochelys imbriocota) photographed August 2017 on the island of Klein Bonaire. Though somewhat common in Caribbean, they are now considered “critically endangered sea turtle. It is its distinguished beak that hakes it easier to identify. Watching it in what seems like an effortless gesture, it glides through soft corals in what seems a state of total satisfaction.
Grace and majesty of this creature in its natural surroundings serves as reminder of sustaining the underwater environment.