Jamaica on a hot day
Jamaica on a hot day - As seen from St. Ann
Contest Entry #041 - Jamaica on a hot day
Jamaica on a hot day is like standing in a blazing fire especially in the beautiful city of Ocho Rios, St Ann to be exact.
I am not from the town, just visiting. I was in the car driving when I saw this beautiful area it was as if mother nature was there. The sun in the right place the leaves shining it was perfect.
This photo is just amazing the photo was taken on august 7 2013. I was with my aunt Judy and my friend Trace. We are from Hopewell Hanover.
We were on a trip to see a friend. This photo make me feel as warm and happy as ever.
I love this photo and now I am sharing it with you and now I real know that Jamaica is a really amazing, beautiful and enjoyable place. I love this country and the people of his nation. God bless us.
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