Before the Coffee

April 1, 2007

9 Beaches

Filed under: Bermuda, HDR — beforethecoffee @ 2:29 pm

9 Beaches has these small huts built on the water. Pretty cool when the ocean waves crash under your bed at night. The huts are made of the same canvas that sailboat sails are made from.

This is an HDR image and is one used for the Photomatix tutorial. If you would like to learn a little about HDR start with Taking the Pictures in the tutorial section.

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2 Comments »

  1. wow I love fisheye pictures and HDR so this is paradise! literally!

    Comment by Matthew — April 12, 2007 @ 10:33 pm

  2. I found a pic of Stonehole Bay in a magazine and did a web search. Your site came up and I was awed by your images!!! Where is this pic of the cottage on the water with the island in front and the water surrounding in all directions. I am trying to find a private location for my honeymoon and this is idyllic. Please let me know where I can find this location. I am in LOVE!! Bermuda may have a new Financial Advisor taking up residency when I arrive.
    Thanks so much!
    Rhonda

    The huts are perfect for a honey moon, certainly memorable.

    It is called “9 beaches” and is named for the small semi-private beaches that surround the huts.

    They huts are made of sail boat canvas so when it was windy they can be a bit noisy. If you are looking for incredible amenities this may not be the place – it’s a bit like roughing it in the huts. The huts are well…. HUTS, it was a bit windy, I think there were white caps in the toilet. It was wonderful sleeping with waves crashing UNDER your bed at night. I would do it again. On the property is a nice restaurant and bar, night life is kinda quiet. I love Bermuda, a little expensive (lunch about $25), very safe, everyone on the island has a well paying job so crime is almost non existent. You guys must put on your list renting scooters – it’s the most fun way to move about the island.

    Good Luck,
    Ferrell

    Comment by Rhonda Hawkins — August 19, 2010 @ 12:09 am


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