The Cliffs of Negril
by Linda Herlofson
(Salem Missouri USA)
Cliffs of Negril
Contest Entry #034 - The Cliffs of Negril
This picture was taken on our outing to the lighthouse in Negril.
Our exploration of the grounds brought us to a ladder. The ladder leads you to the rocks and water below. Its a totally different view from the water level; you can see and hear the waves crash upon the rocks.
While we were on the rocks below we got a special treat. We heard a big splash we looked where it came from to be surprised to see a man in the water. He had jumped from the cliff for another group that was at the lighthouse. So he did the same for us. It was amazing that he could land in such a small section of water!
We are so looking forward to our return to Jamaica next April.
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