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Nature Scenes in Jamaica
Contest Entry #018 - Nature Scenes in Jamaica
My photos are about nature.
The photo of the star garden located in Enfield, St. Mary; is a ground work done by my uncle. His aim is to develop is front yard as a nice garden with lavish flowers & shrubs to create a exciting ambiance of nature. When completed it can be a venue for functions of various types...Weddings, receptions, parties etc.
I went to college in Manchester and some friends took me on an adventure knowing that I love nature. They took me to Smokey Hole, located in Cross Keys, Manchester. Explorers from overseas have come to explore the cave in march 2006, so far it is the deepest cave in Jamaica with a depth of 194m! Up to this very moment the bottom of the cave as not been found yet - that above mention depth was the furthest they went.
In the vicinity of the cave there are numerous amount of birds, and plants. In the morning the mist or fog from the cave is blue in colour and its very cold. There nature showcase its best with the cool shades of the trees and the cool atmosphere they creates.
The sunflower plant was planted by my 10 yrs old sister at our home in Montego Bay and it was nurtured by her until it came to full maturity. Its one of the most beautiful sunflower I've ever seen.
Mountain Side In Portland
My boyfriend and I went hiking in the beautiful mountainside of Portland. The picture was taken in the hills of White Hall, Mount Lempas, Portland where his father came from.
The cool Jamaican breeze that hits you on the hilltop. It's a challenge to reach the top, however, once you are there you never want to leave. The sweet coconut jellies that awaits you not to mention the giant plantains that the trees planted there produce.
The apples, guava, pineapples and the many fruits. It is a wonderful experience.
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