I’m not sure why I have a fixation with pathways and waterways. Wherever I go, whether hotels, beaches or gardens, I try to find the most interesting ones and capture them on my handy, little Sony camera. Maybe I’m just captivated by the fact that these paths lead somewhere–somewhere to be discovered–or maybe I just find concrete or water flanked by flora very appealing.
So, today, no long-talking from me. Instead, I’ll share some of the pathways and waterways I’ve snapped over the last few years. Hopefully, you’ll find them breathtaking.
Boardwalk at the Royal Decameron Montego Beach in Montego Bay, St. James. The atmosphere here is very lazy. . .and that’s okay when all you want to do is spread out on one of their hammocks and take catnaps by the seaside, all day long.
One of the many walkways at the Grand Palladium Hotel, Lucea, Hanover. The property is truly grand. My sister, cousin and I got lost a few times.
Turtles make their own pathway unto the beach to lay eggs at Ocho Rios Bay, St. Ann. I learned this from a fisherman called “Teacher”.
A calmer section of the Dunn’s River as it heads towards the Caribbean Sea. Apparently, the English and Spanish fought over Jamaica near Dunn’s River Falls, Ocho Rios, St. Ann, in the battle of Las Chorreras in 1657. Guess who won?
A zesty stream at Coyaba Gardens, Ocho Rios, St. Ann. This place is aptly called a water garden and a photographer’s paradise.
Water plunges through the old Ruins in Ocho Rios, St. Ann.
Can you tell where the water ends and the trees begin? Pristine waters meander through the rainforest of Mystic Mountain, Ocho Rios, St. Ann.
Catch yuh next time.