Trinidad & Tobago Through Instagram

With the introduction of Instagram’s new embed option, I am creating Instagram posts for all of the trips I go on.

This was the first time I took SO many Instagrams on one trip.

Here are Instagrams from my recent trip to Trinidad & Tobago.


Good morning, from Tobago. It’s good to be back.


Missed you guuuuys!


I think I’ll stay here awhile #adventureTandT


Today’s lunch view comes to you from a tree house restaurant on the beach. Who wants to join me? #adventuretandt


Found my new spot #adventuretandt


Just went snorkeling at Little Tobago Island. Saw tons of fish and coral before seasickness got the best of me and I turned into a sea-zombie. Time for a post-snorkel nap #adventuretandt


Edited with my fave app @pictapgo


Okay Tobago, stop showing off #adventuretandt


Ready for another full day on and in the water #adventuretandt


It’s not even 11 am but it’s Rum Punch O’Clock in Tobago #adventuretandt


When pale ghosties go snorkeling #adventuretandt


Today we anchored at a secluded Island called “No Man’s Land” for a BBQ lunch. We chased colorful lizards, explored the beach trails and feasted on chicken and beer #adventuretandt


@ashlycurt exploring the thatched roof Jetti #adventuretandt


Today I went to Nylon Pool, a shallow white sand “pool” in the middle of the Sea, just off of Pigeon Point Beach in Tobago. The crystal clear water was about thigh deep and warmer than a bathtub #adventuretandt


I’ve never uploaded so many photos on one trip, haha. Clearly I like this place. Leaving Tobago now and heading back to Trinidad #adventuretandt


Ordering chicken Roti at Power Boats Roti Shop in Trinidad #adventuretandt


Found my tattoo twin @ashlycurt in Trinidad & Tobago #adventuretandt


Photographing Port of Spain from Lady Young Lookout #adventuretandt


In the process of trying to get a macro shot of a Portuguese Man’o’war, I stung my fingers on the tentacles. It burned for a good two hours, but luckily it faded away by the time we went turtle watching.


Last night we watched a leatherback sea turtle lay eggs on Matura Beach. Afterward we were shown a box with 5 disoriented hatchlings that had been rescued from the beach to be released later. This one was a feisty little guy and I hope he is the 1 in 1000 that reaches adulthood #adventuretandt


Watching hummingbirds at the Asa Wright Nature Centre. Took this shot with my iPhone on an Swarovski spotting scope STX with an iPhone attachment #adventuretandt


It’s swamp exploring time! I’m in the Caroni Bird Sanctuary and have seen two snakes and a lot of birds so far. Looking for a caiman #adventuretandt


You may not have noticed from my other photos, but it’s rainy season here in Trinidad & Tobago. We had some good luck in Tobago, but it has been rain rain rain for the past few days in Trinidad #adventuretandt

I take all of my Instagram photos with an iPhone4 unless otherwise stated
and use PicTapGo for post processing.

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6 Responses to “Trinidad & Tobago Through Instagram”

  1. Angela (@angelatravels11)
    August 1, 2013 at 5:06 pm #

    Excellent picture summary of your trip. I have recently tried embedding and found that you can resize them manually. I always forget I have my camera phone as an option and usually focus on my DSLR. I am trying to get in the habit of making Instagram posts myself.
    Angela (@angelatravels11) recently posted..Practice Makes Perfect

  2. Explorista
    August 2, 2013 at 6:30 am #

    I absolutely love your instagramaccount. Gives me lots of inspiration to travel myself. If you’re wondering who the psychomaniac is who likes pretty much all of your photo’s: that’s me. (@explorista). 😉

    I’ve never heard of the Pictapgo App. How does it differ from Instagram, and why do you like it better?

    • Seattle Dredge
      August 2, 2013 at 2:12 pm #

      hahah well thanks for liking all the photos 😀

      PicTapGo is just a photo editing app. So, I take a photo, open it in PicTapGo, edit it and then upload it to Instagram. I never use the filters on Instagram, because I don’t like them, hehe. The PicTapGo filters are amaaaazing!

  3. Julika
    August 4, 2013 at 9:04 am #

    Amazing pictures Seattle! Your photos really prove that instagram is not just another app, but a new kind of art!
    Julika recently posted..The Failed Art Historian’s Guide to Hipster Berlin

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