Overlooking Oraccabessa Fish Sanctuary At James Bond Beach
by Brienne Burd
Oraccabessa Fish Sanctuary At James Bond Beach
Contest Entry #024 - Overlooking Oraccabessa Fish Sanctuary At James Bond Beach
This photo was taken at James Bond Beach facilities and grounds in Oraccabessa, a small town not far from Ocho Rios, looking out over the Oraccabessa fish sanctuary
A stunning view for sure with perfect weather. I took this photo after volunteering at one of the many events hosted here. This was also the day that I learned that this type of style chair is called and adirondack chair.
I know this because I was sitting on it enjoying a nice cold red stripe and an old man came up and shared that bit of info with me, saying that he has a son who makes those types of furniture.
Well folks, let me tell you, the chair as comfortable, the red stripe beer was good and I learned something. I remember thinking there were so many people who I wish could be there with me right then, sharing that moment.
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