My First Jamaica Experience - February 2016
by Eryck B. Photo
(Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
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Photo Contest Entry #44 - My First Jamaica Experience - February 2016
I never was to Jamaica, my friend said I'm leaving next month are you coming? what? I have never been invited to Jamaica, OK lets go!
From Sangster Airport we drove over an hour to Treasure beach on Jamaica's South Coast.
I asked the driver if he minds I stick my camera out the window as we drive, he gave the best advice, as long as you ask first, he says.
Well we didn't stop to ask these people for consent to photograph but we can hardly make out the details, a rare candid of Jamaica, they are probably having a chat about the general elections which was that weekend.
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