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Jamaican in a tree
by Jennifer Howard
Jamaican In A Tree
Contest Entry #44- Jamaican In A Tree
As we were leaving the Enchanted Gardens, I saw movement in a tree. I took this photo from inside a bus through the closed window.
The thought that it was a very interesting part of the culture in Jamaica made me snap the shot quickly as we were leaving. This man appeared to be prunning this big tree.
He had a smile on his face and looked to be enjoying his work immensely. And he made it look so easy.
With him set in the lush greenery of the tree, it just made for a great shot. He really looked like ti was no effort at all. Love it.
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