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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!

  • 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.

  • Lantern on Cabbage Beach sitting on sand with ocean and morning sunrise in background.
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    The people that see this photo inevitably tell me it inspired them.  I can’t honestly say it was my intention.  People take away different messages from the iconography.  If you have time, can you tell me what you take away from this? Drop me a line anytime, I would love to hear from you.

  • Three women in Junkanoo Costume dance on West Bay Street in front of the Bahamian flag, surrounded by flamboyant colors.
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    Hahnemühle Daguerre Canvas. 14″ x 25″inches (or 17″ x 25″ inches with a title).

    The humidity was stifling that day in early May.  My body was tired and my eardrums were sore from all the ambiance of the carnival.  I was experimenting with a cheap lens in poor condition that lacked any redeeming qualities.  Luckily, after walking around a bit in the heat, this opportunity came into frame.

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    Low lying cumulus clouds float above an atoll at “Blue Hour”.  My father, born in 1938 on Cat Island, used kerosene lamps during hurricanes.  All the walls in our house were painted white, and when I asked him why, he said so we could see better when the storm shutters were closed.  Some wisdom is always lost with the passing of older generations.  If you have time, please take a minute to read “Those Winter Sundays” by Robert Hayden.  Thanks dad, for polishing my shoes when no one was looking.

  • A lantern sits on the sand beneath pink, orange and yellow clouds lit by the sunrise.
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    Portrait orientation of “In The Darkness, I Will Meet My Creators”.

  • A shell overlooking Caves Beach in Nassau, Bahamas.
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    Across from “The Caves” beach on west Bay street, a roadside vendor was selling shells and I asked if I could take a photo. The shell appears as part of the Bahamas Coat of Arms.

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    Throughout the Caribbean, and more widely, Commonwealth, police dress in their former British colonial era khakis or whites. This shot was taken during a brief respite from COVID lock down.

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    Photo was shot along West Street on the premises of the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas.  Across the street is the old St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, dating back to 1886.