As I promised before – the Jamaican wedding of Andre and Maria. It was so far the most romantic ceremony I have attended. Everything was perfect – the location, the decorations, the beautiful sunset over the caribbean sea… The staff of the “Catcha Falling Star” made sure this day was ideal in all aspects. The bride and the groom were glowing with happiness, I wish their life together will be as wonderful as the wedding.
Great success – finally got myself professional lighting equipment Now I have my own photo studio in the apartment. Yay!
Tried it out yesterday – experimented with my lovely animal It was awesome and fun!
Many thanks to Lenochka!!!!
One bright island in the Caribbean Sea. When I think Jamaica I think colors… vivid colors… Hot yellow sun, green luscious hills, dreamlike turquoise water, white powdery sand, pink tropical flowers.
The most popular phrase here is “No problem, mon”… This is local attitude to everything, the style of live. Given that the population is poor here in general, it is still “No problem”.
Sometimes though the poverty can be really annoying – the locals will try to squeeze every cent out of a tourist.
Occasionally I felt unsafe and stalked, but still managed to wander around the neighborhood with my camera – the curiosity has won over the fear. The results of my heroic behavior.
….At daybreak, when the storm was over, not a trace of the ship was in view. The sun rose out of the waters, red and bright, and its beams seemed to bring the glow of life back to the cheeks of the Prince, but his eyes remained closed. The mermaid kissed his high and shapely forehead. As she stroked his wet hair in place, it seemed to her that he looked like that marble statue in her little garden. She kissed him again and hoped that he would live…
(C) Hans Christian Andersen