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  • Ocean lapping Bahamian shore at sunset.
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    Captured one warm evening in late May, 2019.  Such was my rush to exit the car, I almost left the shift in drive because I only had a few seconds to configure the camera.

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    The reason why many a Bahamian school kid have rotting teeth, this was a childhood favorite of mine. I asked the vendors on the beach at Sandals resort if they had any and took this with a manual focus 50mm lens ordered for parts on eBay.

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    I must have looked crazy bent over with my head in the sand taking a photo of a passport just inches away from the tide!

  • Waves crest behind a shell on a sandy beach.
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    This image always soothes my mind.  Ultimately, its very simple photography, but there’s a lot more hard work that goes on behind the scenes.

  • Balmoral Island in The Bahamas. New
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    I was searching for something to photograph for the longest time near the Blue Sail restaurant overlooking the beach at Sandyport, but couldn’t make anything work.  Finally I just decided to record video of Balmoral Island, named after the castle, when I thought the framing might work well for a still.

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    I missed golden hour and was about to head home when I caught this frame through the passenger window and decided to pull over, cross the road and take the photo. This is an ornamental tree, also known as Indian Almond, Malabar or Tropical Almond.

  • A poinciana flower sits on the beach at sunset.
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    SPOTLIGHT Beach Poinciana How it was made. This photograph was a happy accident. I was recording video for my website, but the wind was so high that my face ended up getting sandblasted and the flower would not stay anchored. There was a lull in the gusts that allowed me [...]
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    Cold weather on the beach at Orange Hill.  I was alone on the beach, save for someone fishing at the far end.

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    Everyday, I see this photo and have to remind myself that yes, it is real, and yes, I do live here. It sits above my bed, waiting for me on those days when I’m sick or the weather doesn’t permit leaving the house.

  • A colonial-era post office collection box with Royal Cypher in downtown Nassau, Bahamas.
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    A colonial era postal collection box stands in front of the Pompey Museum of Slavery & Emancipation at Vendue House in downtown Nassau.  Like all of these scattered throughout the globe, it was manufactured in Scotland.

  • Sunset over the ocean through a veil of Casuarina tree needles.
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    Through a thicket of Casuarina needles, the sun comes to rest in western New Providence.

  • A tree and foliage in an overgrown field adjacent to Shirley Street in Nassau Bahamas.
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    Behind the cemetery at St. Mathew’s Anglican church, sits a small clearing near Shirley Street.  I had to stop my car because the atmosphere was so mystical.

  • Mallow flower bloom in Nassau, Bahamas.
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    Also known as Rose Mallow and Hawaiian Hibiscus.

  • wide angle view of Chipman Estate in New Providence, Bahamas.
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    This is a wider shot of the Chipman Estate, an abandoned parcel of land on West Bay Street, across from the area where many fishing boats moor. These boats are usually owned by the same people that run the restaurants of Arawak Cay.

  • Three coconut trees overlooking the ocean.
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    I was able to make this photo after many failed attempts over several days.  I knew the image I had in my mind but the light wasn’t cooperating. Finally on a chilly winter day in February, the sky was cloud free and I was able to complete my vision.

  • An abandoned building sporting flamboyant colors on Bay Street, Nassau.
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    This downtown building sat abandoned for many years before it fell apart or was partially demolished.  I was very lucky to catch this fleeting state of beauty.

  • Turquoise waters and a blue sky surround Long Cay in The Bahamas.
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    I was hanging off of a ladder and fell into the water.  The Camera got wet, but luckily not salt water entered the barrel or body.

  • A clam shell overlooks Saunders Beach in Nassau, Bahamas.
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    I work so hard to get these photos.  I look forward to a day when I can get some proper lenses and a camera undamaged by sea salt or plagued by sensor issues.  He persisted.

  • Bars on an exterior bank window illuminated by sunlight.
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    This is one of the oldest buildings in downtown Nassau. Royal Bank of Canada was the first international bank to set up operations in the country more than a century ago, followed by Barclays.

  • A long exposure of a rock formation sitting in the ocean.
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    SPOTLIGHT Dreams How it was made. I created this because I love the idea of long exposures with color. Many people create these in monochrome.  
  • Two palm trees in the foreground with Nassau harbor lighthouse in the background.
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    Two coconut trees frame the Nassau harbor lighthouse, completed in 1817.

  • A Bahamian island sits in calm water surrounded by stratus cloud formation.
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    I’m in love with this island and wish it was available to buy.  Then I wish I had the money to buy it.  I would then try to gain independence from The Bahamas and rename it Capricious, before going bankrupt.

  • Sunset over ocean tides in Nassau, Bahamas.
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    It was hard to get this photo without the undulations of the sea getting the tip of the lens wet.  I was standing on slippery rocks trying to get a clear shot of the sunset.  My mother used to say whenever the sun was red like this, it was the dust from the Sahara Desert being blown all the way across the Atlantic.  There is some truth to this.

  • Pastel colored fine art photography featuring long exposure.table with oriental vase and fine art photo on wall.
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    As a small child, I remember being transfixed by the animated film from 1940 set to classical music. The narrator was the conductor from a live orchestra.  It was an amazing technical accomplishment if you think about it from a color and musical perspective.  At the time my father would have been two years old.  Making this felt like a nod to Disney.   A portrait orientation of the photo “Long Cay Time Travel”.