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Daydreaming in Jamaica - Looking at SeaGrapes

by Kathie Hosmer
(Woodstock, GA)


Contest Entry #021 - Daydreaming in Jamaica - Looking at SeaGrapes

I have been to Jamaica many times and each trip is different in so many ways.

Though most of my pictures are like so many other pictures that tourists take of Jamaica; that include the typical sunset at the beach, what I had for lunch picture or the countryside, people and animals from the many areas of Jamaica.

But my most favorite pictures that I bring home from Jamaica are the ones that I take from where I happen to be sitting...catching myself daydreaming while in Jamaica.

The sea grape picture was taken during my April visit staying at Breezes in Negril. I was with my girlfriend and we were just relaxing on the pool deck overlooking the bay.

My eyes just wandered to the sea grapes, hanging like a perfect cluster of grapes from a vine possibly like those in a vineyard in Italy.

But these were hanging, perfectly clustered over the ocean in Negril.


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ahhhh NEW
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I'm daydreaming too.

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