Memories of Montego Bay
by Margaret Kidd
Montego Bay View From Top Road
Contest Entry #37 - Memories of Montego Bay
I have always been mesmerized by the natural beauty of my island Jamaica. And Montego Bay is mostly known as the hub of this the world renowned tourist destination in the Caribbean.
For those of us who happen to live or have lived in Montego Bay we have had the opportunity to enjoy the many sides of Montego bay
A drive in any direction can bring you head on with breathtaking sceneries. Sometimes we are so wrapped up in our daily stresses that we do not stop to appreciate the natural beauty of our Land.
I took this pic from a very central point in Montego Bay most affectionally called "top road".
I was attending a friends wedding and amidst all the celebrations this view beckoned me. I have kept it for many years and today I have decided to share it with you.
A simple portrayal of natural beauty and serenity!
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