Monthly Archives: October 2011

Shots From Around Jamaica

Weekly Photo Challenge: Opportunity  Female Hummingbird. Dusk on the cliffs. Timeless. A cup of fever grass tea. Four to one…great odds. Never shave since he was born. For laughs…white beard. Stunning… …and lovely. Scenic Route: Spectacular view from a distance. … Continue reading

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The fight for survival

Weekly Photo Challenge: Possibility This plant fights against the odds, and has grown to this height on the beach. It is growing in sandy soil, salty conditions, and there’s the possibility of getting trampled on. It goes to show how life will … Continue reading

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The 2nd Annual Jamaica Curry Festival 2011

It was an evening of music, games, and everything curried at the 2nd Annual Jamaica Curry Festival, which was held in Richmond, St. Ann. The festival featured a high school cooking competition, giveaways, kid sports, singers, and much more. TVJ was … Continue reading

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Jungle King Video (Relaxation of the Mind) Feel the beat of the drums With each beat of your heart And inhale Then exhale Feel the heat of the fire As it caresses your skin Inhale Exhale Hear the words of the chant As it mesmorizes you Into … Continue reading

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Even the ram has to go into town

I captured this picture heading into Old Harbour. The traffic was moving slowly and I watched this ram walking with intent and then he decided to cross the street. Life is great when man and animal head into town together to … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge of the Week: Comfort My comfort is realizing that I am free to make my own chooses in life, therefore I chose to change lives. I chose to make the world a better place.  It is fascinating to … Continue reading

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Stress Relief

For most people in Jamaica, and around the world for that matter, music is one of the best sources of relaxation; it grabs a hold of our heads and boldly massages our temples, refusing to release its spell until we … Continue reading

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I’m Posting Every Week in 2011!

I’ve decided I want to blog more. Rather than just thinking about doing it, I’m starting right now.  I will be posting on this blog once a week for all of 2011. I know it won’t be easy, but it … Continue reading

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Hard-working Jamaicans: Market Day

Market Day  Saturday is one of my favorite days inna Jam Rock…Market Day! All one sees is culture and tradition in every town when it comes to Market Day. A busy shopping day usually set aside for stocking up on a … Continue reading

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