It’s been a difficult and emotional week for many of us. I thought perhaps we could all use a moment just to stop and breathe.
I don’t know what it is about the salt air and sea breeze, but the beach (Gillam Bay, ideally) is definitely my go-to place for reflection and relaxation. Where’s yours?
If I ever zoom by you in my golf cart around dinner time, please don’t be offended that I don’t stop to chat. Chances are, I’ve just realized the time and am rushing to photograph the sunset.
Few things are as spectacular as the vivid hues of a tropical sunset. It’s easy to get addicted to watching (and in my case, photographing) them. No two are ever the same.
Purple pentas in Green Turtle Cay
If you’re on Green Turtle Cay tomorrow (Saturday) evening, be sure to drop by the basketball court, where our Amy Roberts Primary School is holding a Fall Festival and Guy Fawkes Night. There’ll be lots of great food, delicious treats, a hay ride, games and, of course, a bonfire.
Rooted in our British heritage, Guy Fawkes Night commemorates the November 5, 1605 capture of Guy Fawkes, architect of a plot to blow up Britain’s House of Lords and assassinate King James I. Continue reading
A breezy day at the ocean beach, Hope Town, Abaco, Bahamas
Pink bougainvillea at the Lowe Art Gallery gardens.