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The Jamaica photo project ( page 3 )

Visit the far corners of the island, deep rural areas and cities and return safely with the pictures. submit your own photo

Sugarmans Beach, Hellshire

written by owen, Fri, 10th Jul 2015 at 8:12 am

Hellshire beach across the dividing fence

Hellshire beach across the dividing fence

View from the hill side.  Hellshire beach beside Sugarmans

View from the hill side. Hellshire beach beside Sugarmans

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Mad Bull commented: Interesting looking beach, yo! Its not the regular Hellshire beach, is it? Where are all the huts selling fish and weed and stuff like that? Where are the goats, and the horse for horseback riding? It must be a different beach! ... read 1 more

St. Mary's Church

written by owen, Thu, 02nd Jul 2015 at 8:09 am

Erected on the 5th day of June Mdccclxi. There is another building across the street that I should have visited for some high elevation pictures but it did not occur to me at the time. You can see that some of the stone work had been redone at some point. Its hard to mimic stonework like they use to do it.

Another building that was across the road.  Seems to have been the old Police Station

Another building that was across the road. Seems to have been the old Police Station

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Port Maria, St Mary

written by owen, Mon, 29th Jun 2015 at 5:57 pm

Had breakfast on the road and walked around a bit. The constant sea breeze was a refreshing change from the summer heat of Kingston. More pictures of the church.

Port Maria, Town Clock

Port Maria, Town Clock

St. Mary's Church Mdccclxi

St. Mary's Church Mdccclxi

Breakfast.  $300 JMD

Breakfast. $300 JMD

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Frenchman's Cove

written by owen, Sat, 16th May 2015 at 9:09 am

In terms of beaches Frenchman's Cove may be the smallest beach I have ever been to in Jamaica. But this does not mean that it is without its own merits. The very nature of a cove means that you get nice big waves and the additional benefit of a cool fresh water stream that runs in to the sea. It is the best of both worlds - a river and a beach. It is pretty far away from everything aka Portland and requires an admission fee but it is well worth the trip at least once.

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Tami commented: Nice pics! ... read more

Mandeville Park

written by owen, Fri, 14th Feb 2014 at 2:09 pm

They finally fixed up the Mandeville town center park and it seems the fountain is working again. But the park is all locked up now, except for special occasions and holidays. What is the sense having a park locked up all the time? Just have the police walk through it a couple times a day. Especially since the police station is just across the road!

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