Underwater sculpture installation at Moiliniere Bay, Granada by Jason de Caires Taylor
When I think of Granada, I think of two things: the U.S. led invasion back in the 1980s and Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculptures.
I was a kid back when the invasion happened, so I don’t remember much about it, and it’s not been in the news much since then, but a few years ago I came across an article about the underwater sculpture installation and decided to add it to my list of “places to see”. The artist, Jason de Caires Taylor, created the underwater sculptures to draw tourist away from some of the more fragile coral reefs off the Granada coast and to help restore the reef in an areal hat has been destroyed by storms these last few year. Visitors can visit them by taking one of the glass bottom boat tours, or by snorkeling or diving to see them.
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