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Floaties in Turks and Caicos


Located in the Caribbean Sea near the Bahamas, the British Overseas Territory of Turks and Caicos are about 640 miles east-southeast of Miami. The British Overseas Territory is made up of nearly 300 islands and islets separated into two main island groups—the Turks Islands, with two major islands, and the Caicos Islands, made up of eight main islands. Among the main Caicos Islands, the Providenciales, also known as “Provo,” are home to the largest population, and Grace Bay, where most of the resorts are located.

Kyle and his crew were on location at Club Med for a week. “We packed a bunch of these colorful pool floaties for the trip. We thought it would be cool to have these bright colorful floaties with the oddball shapes in the clear blue water. We didn’t consider the challenges we were going to face. The wind was blowing us around and the floaties kept drifting away, so we had to use rope to anchor them to the ground. It seemed like it would be such a fun, easy shoot, but it was complicated to orchestrate. After a bunch of tries we finally got the perfect shot. The work paid off, and it was totally worth it.”

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