Palm Sunday in Jamaica
by Jill Gruss
Palm Sunday in Jamaica
Contest Entry #043 - Palm Sunday in Jamaica
I don't know why, but every island I go to, I take a picture of a palm tree this way! Maybe it's to capture the beauty of the palm and the blue sky at once, but I do it every time.
This is by far one of my favorites. This was taken while I was on the beach in Montego Bay with my mother, my sister in law, my daughter and my nieces.
That day, (a Sunday) all the girls had come together for a great day of bonding and fun in the sun.
We all, of couse, had our cameras and were snapping pictures throughout the day. Later that evening, we were trading cameras to check out each others pictures.
Every one of us had the same picture of this palm tree! We now refer to that very special family day as "Palm Sunday in Jamaica". It was another day never to be forgotten!
Can't wait to go back to make more favorite memories!!!
See Also: Montego Bay, Jamaica
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