Black River Tour, St Elizabeth, Jamaica

by Margaret Kidd
(Kingston, Jamaica)

Black River  April 2011

Black River April 2011

Black River  April 2011
Egrets on nests on the Black River
The Black River, so serene

Contest Entry #23 - Black River Tour

Family weekend spent in St Elizabeth included a tour on the Black River.

It is a protected area of Jamaica and supports many local and migrant birds along with fish and crocodiles. The tranquil beauty of the mangrove type trees etc must be seen to be fully appreciated.

True eco system. This pic should win because of all the hard work put in by many to preserve this area and in so doing contributes to a healthier eco system for Jamaica land we love !

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Apr 18, 2011
by: Anonymous

AAHHH......peace and tranquility

Apr 18, 2011
by: Anonymous

Breathtakingly beautiful!!

Apr 17, 2011
Nature at its best.
by: Anonymous

I feel the tranquility...thanks for sharing!

Apr 17, 2011
Black River
by: Anonymous

So beautiful. Keep up the conservation and keep Jamaica as special as it has always been. Lovely Margaret!

Apr 17, 2011
Very pretty!!
by: Anonymous

I wish I could go see that with my opwn eyes :)

Apr 16, 2011
by: Anonymous

Really beautiful pics! REALLY is a WINNER!

Apr 16, 2011
by: Anonymous

Great entry Auntie!!!

Apr 13, 2011
Black River Tour
by: Anderia

The winner! The beauty jumps out of the photo - it's like 3D!
Thank you, Margaret...

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