Interesting Jamaican Plant

by Cheryl
(St Andrew, Jamaica)

A Jamaican Plant

A Jamaican Plant





Interesting Jamaican Plant

Don’t even know what this tree or plant is called and that’s the reason why I snap the photo :)

Another unusual foliage in Jamaica - hence lets vote on this one too as the winning photo :)

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Mating in My Backyard

by Ann-Marie Graham
(St. James, Jamaica)

Mating Turkeys

Mating Turkeys

Mating in my backyard




This is a winning photo because my two pet turkeys remind me that despite the harsh economic crisis world wide, life still goes on so enjoy it.

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View from top of the mountain

by Christopher Surigao
(Shallotte, NC)

Top of the mountain

Top of the mountain

The view from the top of this mountain is one that few tourist ever get to see.

It is one of many reasons why Jamaica is such an awesome place to visit!

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Unusual Jamaican Fruit - 'The Ugli'

by Cheryl
(St Andrew,Jamaica)

Jamaican Fruit - 'The Ugli'

Jamaican Fruit - 'The Ugli'




The 'Ugli' Jamaican Fruit

Now here's a unique photo - how many know this fruit called 'ugli' ?

And believe me this is an actual size and it wasn’t fully grown lol - I think it should be a winning photo because it highlights or showcase the different fruits we have in Jamaica that we don’t even know about

So for 'knowledge purposes' lets give this a vote :)

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Jamiaca's Perfection

by Darlene
(New Hampshire,USA)


Paradise in the sun.

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Wave Jumping

by Lynette Nuttbrock
(Keizer, Oregon, USA)

Wave Jumping with Glee

Wave Jumping with Glee

Wave Jumping

This is a photo of my son jumping over the crests of the waves as they rolled onto shore. Every time I see this photo I remember the look of glee on his face.

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Jamaican Sunset at Dusk

by Cheryl
(St Andrew,Jamaica)

Jamaican Sunset

Jamaican Sunset

Jamaican Sunset at Dusk



How can it not be?

It is soothing, so tranquil - makes u want to belt out Al Jarreau's song "morning" lol

You look at this photo and in the blink of an eye, it puts you in a serene, beautiful mood - Am i not right? :-)

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Strutting through Cranbrook Gardens

by Janet McQueen-Rowe
(Portmore, St Catherine, Jamaica)


Here is a photo of a beautiful peacock from Cranbrook Gardens in all his glory.

This should be the winning photo as it shows the beauty of our fauna.

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Trip to Dolphin's Cove

by Janet McQueen-Rowe
(St. Catherine, Jamaica)

Dolphin Cove Parrot

Dolphin Cove Parrot

Trip to Dolphin Cove:

Here is a lovely Brazilian Parrot giving us a "what are you looking at? look.

This should be a winning entry as it seems to capture the personality of the parrot.

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The Beach

by Lynette Nuttbrock
(Keizer, Oregon, USA)

First Morning in Jamaica

First Morning in Jamaica



This was our first morning in Jamaica

My daughter and I woke up early because we were so excited to be here!

We had fun playing in the sand and looking out over the Caribbean on a peaceful morning, just the two of us.

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Clouds on the Blue Mountain

by Cheryl
(St Andrew,Jamaica)

The Blue Mountain

The Blue Mountain




Clouds on the Blue Mountain

Well I just want others to see the clouds resting comfortably on the Blue Mountain - it is a beautiful sight and should be noted as such :)

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Dunn River Falls 1996

by Leta
(Carencro, La, USA)

Jim & Leta Dawson at Dunn's River  Falls

Jim & Leta Dawson at Dunn's River Falls

Dunn River Falls 1996



This picture was taken on October 14, 1996.

This was a trip that is the most memorable by far.

It was the beginning of an everlasting marriage. This picture is one of many that I could have submitted but I chose this one because it depicts the BEAUTY and LOVE that your country has to offer.

Kudos to the hospitality and not to mention the food. This trip has outdone any other we've been on.

Thanks so much for your consideration.......The Dawson's

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Mountains in the Mist

by Brian Tagg
(London England)

Stewart Town's Early Morning Mist

Stewart Town's Early Morning Mist

Mountains in the Mist

The haunting beauty of Jamaica's interior early morning, the sun dappling the trees, it truely a sight that all tourists should experience,alas few do.

I think this photo encapsulates my love of Jamaica's beauty. So please tourists leave your beaches, all in deal hotels, get out and about this lovely island.

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Looking in the valley

by Cheryl
(St Andrew,Jamaica)

The Valley

The Valley



This is a winning photo because in short, it is just beautiful :)

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Christmas 2008 in Ocho Rios Jamaica

by Kristina R
(Fort Myers, FL USA)


Christmas 2008 in Ocho Rios

Was at the in-law house and they have this tree in their yard.

Don't know what it is? If anyone out there can tell me. But it was just beautiful.

Thank for looking.
Kris

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Beauty of Jamaica's Scenary

by Brian Tagg
(London England)

Rural Scenery in Jamaica

Rural Scenery in Jamaica

Beauty of Jamaica's Scenary

This photo was taken from my house in Jamaica.

To me, it demonstrates the haunting beauty of the island.
Capturing the early morning light and mists captures my heart.

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View of the hills of St Andrew

by Cheryl
(St Andrew,Jamaica)


View of the hills of St Andrew




Looking down from 4000 feet - now isn't that a grand view - another winner I must say :)

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