(Kathryn Wagner)

Spending the past year and a half doing travel photography in the Caribbean islands allows one to spend time on Cays.  A cay is a small typically uninhabited offshore island, many of the cays near St. John are perfect for a picnic day trip via kayak.  Cays are formed when when ocean currents transport lose sediment across the surface of a reef. One of my favorite Cays in the Virgin Islands is Whistling Cay, home to many pelicans and a Colonial-era guardhouse. Whistling Cay resembles the islet above.

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Kathryn Wagner is a food and travel photographer for publications, brands and businesses. She is based in Denver, and works with clients worldwide.

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