Jamaican Night Life

by Lexine "TheXpressionist" Green
(St. James)




Contest Entry #072- Jamaican Night Life.

Do Jamaicans sleep during the day and come alive at nights?

The streets of Montego Bay have no closing time. No lights out, no goodnight, only great nights!

These photograph of the lights of the city was taken from my roof, here in Montego Bay, close to midnight.

While taking these photographs I moved the camera around to create the effect that may be seen.
This effect depicts the vibe of the city at nights, its activities, and the party life of the country's people, both young and old.

Pier 1, Zinc Shack, MoBay Proper, Margaritaville and Blue Beat are some locations that top the list for an exuberant night life here in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

These places are always alive in the city. They host a number of the city's top parties and are the number one spots for live music, karaoke, amazing Jamaican dishes and your one stop for a drink or two.

It is impossible to be bored here in Jamaica, no matter the time of day.

See Also: Nightlife In Jamaica


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Aug 28, 2013
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nice! NEW
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this is nice,, very creative... never seen nethn like this b4... Gud Job!

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I like the way you expressed the idea in the photograph.

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wooooow NEW
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u did a really great job on this one... its always good to think outside the box... nice work(y)

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This is the best by far.How you were able to capture this using the city lights is magnificent.

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awesomeness! :)

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Great concept with the series of lights to represent the party scene

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It is interesting how you used the lights to represent so many things. I love the way your photographs allow me to think. The photograph grabs ur attention but how it is explained gives it a whole other meaning. Great work!

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