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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • An 18th century Fort in Nassau Bahamas.
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    Built around the time of the French Revolution, this Fort is placed above where the old Culmer family homestead still exists.

  • An abandoned parcel of land featuring a large tree and a decaying structure.
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    Nothing in this photograph, except for the sky, exists anymore.  It was raised to construct the new U.S. Embassy on Shirley street.  It is dedicated to Alexandra, a girl from Ukraine.

  • Green colonial style building with white trim underneath a dark blue sky.
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    Technically taken from the perspective of Trinity Place, Norfolk House is iconic to downtown Nassau.  You can find images of this building dating back to the early 1900’s.

  • A gazebo in the middle of a turquoise ocean with an island in the background.
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    Sometimes this place serves as a venue for couples to take their wedding photos.  It’s idyllic.

  • Two abandoned structures sit in a parcel of land overgrown with weeds.
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    Sadly this ruin, probably dating back to the colonial era, was raised to create more parking space on Cumberland street. It was behind a large residence that may have served as a hotel, law firm or some other prominent use due to its location. In the foreground, there appears to be a well or cistern for water.

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    A walk through The Cloisters on Paradise Island brings to mind an earlier time where Roman Senators wore Togas and people drank out of goblets and were fed individual grapes by handmaidens.  Perhaps that time never existed.

  • A horse drawn carriage pulls tourists and a driver down Shirley street in front of Zion Baptist Church.
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    Hahnemühle Daguerre Canvas. 14″ x 25″inches (or 17″ x 25″ inches with a title).

  • Exposed stone quarry Building in Parliament Square, Nassau Bahamas.
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    This rare exposed quarry stone building dates back to the 1780’s and has served many purposes.  Among them, a residence, bakery, and most recently, a law firm.

  • Beach view of Marley resort property in Nassau, Bahamas.
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    The alleyway next to the old Marley family vacation home, now a resort.

  • Vacation home of Bob Marley in Nassau, Bahamas.
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    This place served as a vacation home for the Marley family in the mid 1970’s.

  • Church on West Street, Nassau, Bahamas.
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    I have attended services here in the past and loved the unleavened communion bread.  Before the building of Margaritaville, the priest used to take the congregation down to the ocean on some occasions like baptisms and the end of Lent.

  • A beach wedding at the Bahamar Resort, Nassau Bahamas.
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    At sunset, walking on Goodman’s Bay, I found the remains of a wedding ceremony. The guests were all gone but the atmosphere was still present.

  • Ruins of the Chipman Estate, off West Bay Street in Nassau, Bahamas.
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    Many migrants occupy this area, either in the ruins of the estate or in the bushes nearby. I was walking my dog in this area and suddenly a government bus pulled up aside and the driver asked if I was a Bahamian citizen. Strangely, all it took for this man to drive away was for me to say yes.

  • The ruins of a dwelling on Cumberland Street in Nassau, Bahamas.
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    I can’t help but imagine that this used to be a dwelling of some sort, now being reclaimed by nature.  Perhaps it served as storage for the hotels at the front of the property, or perhaps this is where the laundry was washed.  Maybe it served as servants’ quarters.

  • A freestanding portico at the Versailles Gardens on Paradise Island in The Bahamas
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    This property is part of the Four Seasons resort, which owns the Ocean Club.  I plan to go back and photograph the Cloisters.  I took many photos of the area but they were all lost when I mistakenly erased a storage card.

  • An abandoned house overlooking the ocean in The Bahamas.
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    A ruin across the street from the ocean in San Souci. In it’s day, it must have been a glorious little house.  I spent so much time coming back here at different times of day in order to get the right light, this was the only photo that made the grade.

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    I’m forever amazed that people used to demarcate streets by putting tiles on walls rather than freestanding signs.  Sunningridge is a short distance from Graycliff, and across the street from the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas.