Along The Shoreline
Exploring the quiet and secluded shorelines of Treasure Beach in Elizabeth, Jamaica.
Part of Life in Jamaica
As a youth I would take these scenes for granted and now I have a greater appreciation for beauty and hardship rolled into one.
End of the Runway
At the eastern end of the runway at Norman Manley International Airport looking towards Bulls Bay in the Caribbean Sea - Jamaica
The Simplest Things
It could be as simple as an upside down bottle that the sun hits just right.
Under A Tree We Sit
How many people sat on these chairs? How many stories were told, conversations or arguments had? It could be said about most chairs but there's something about these chairs under a tree in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica.
The Beach at Jack Sprat
The beach at the foot of Jack Sprat Bar and Restaurant in Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica. It's never crowded and has that relaxing vibe.
The Beauty of an Island
Up in the hills in the parish of St. Andrew in Jamaica, people live and farm on the land. In many cases, the roads are not wide enough for vehicles therefore the only way to get to some of these remote places is on foot.
In the hills of St. Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica, there is such a calming simplicity to how lives are lived even in times of global change.
Dreams On A Shore
On the shores of Treasure Beach as beauiful as the dreams you dream.
A Beautiful End to Begin Again
Time for the sun to go down over Old Wharf, Treasure Beach, Jamaica. A feeling of calm is in the air as the day comes to an end.
A Tuesday Morning in Calabash Bay
What a Tuesday morning looks like in Calabash Bay, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica.
A view from up high over the parish of St. Elizabeth, Jamaica. Boatmans Bay, Pedro Bay, Great Pedro Bluff and Treasure Beach can be seen off in the distance...a journey on foot my mother and grandmother would take to buy fresh fish.
Beauty in Everything
An abandoned house at Lover's Leap in the parish of St. Elizabeth, Jamaica, W.I.
Sandals and Sea
A pair of sandals on a very quiet beach in Black River, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica.
The ubiquitous machete is a tool found in many Jamaican households. I photographed this one at my uncle and aunt's house in Kingston, Jamaica.
View of Tranquility
Tranquility as far as the eye can see. View of the Caribbean Sea from Jakes Hotel in Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica.
A Beautiful Day
Taking in the beauty of the country side and the homes in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica.
When I think of home, the Jamaica that I know, these places come to mind. This is the area where my mother's side of the family came from in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica. I have been coming here all my life.
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