This exemplary young goat, roaming free in Curaçao, posed for such a picturesque photograph - his white fur blending in unison with the wall beneath him. He thought he had almost made his chameleon escape. Thanks to the contrasting emerald and turquoise waters behind him, we caught the moment. Traditionally, when one defines this island as colorful, it’s the vibrant colonial buildings of Handelskade in Willemstad that come to mind. But it’s moments like these that demonstrate the origin of the colors that the Caribbean is known for, in nature.
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