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  1. Blue Skies are Boring

    2023-01-18 00:38:41 UTC

    For many people a beautiful,  powdery, blue sky is a sign of perfection. We all imagine opening our eyes to the warm glow of the morning sunlight.  Soon to be followed by a bright, slightly cloud peppered blue sky. In fact the promise of beautiful sunny days is what the…

  2. Back to Bay Street 2022

    2023-01-09 06:46:17 UTC

    People were counting down the days. It had been almost 2 years since we as a country had celebrated the sweet sound of  Boxing Day Junkanoo. For Bahamians Junkanoo is a time honored tradition that has been passed down to us from our African ancestry. It is rooted in the…

  3. The Paradise Island Bridges

    2022-10-11 01:47:00 UTC

    Paradise Island, located just off the shore of Nassau, Bahamas, is a tourist attraction best known for housing the famous resort Atlantis where people come from far and wide to take a break from their stressful lives. The 685 acre island is connected to the island of New Providence by…

  4. What Camera Do You Use

    2021-07-02 08:13:57 UTC

    The question I am asked the most is what camera do you use. Do you shoot Canon? What do you think about the new Sony system?  Is Nikon better than Canon? I am here to tell you that the camera you use in most cases means absolutely nothing.  What matters

  5. Backyard Exploration

    2020-07-26 22:30:00 UTC

    During the COVID 19 / Corona outbreak our government like many other around the world implemented a nationwide curfew to stem the rate of infection in the country. This meant that many of us were relegated to our homes. As a population we all understood the importance of social distancing…

  6. Challenges of being a landscape photographer in the Bahamas

    2020-07-23 00:29:00 UTC

           The Bahamian landscape  When I first took an interest in landscape photography I was mesmerized by the towering mountain peaks and rolling green pastures I had seen as boy. I remember flipping the pages of National Geographic saying that someday I would be able to the same thing. In my…

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