The last sunrise ever of 2009.
At sunrise many farmers and merchants were setting up their stands at the public market. Meanwhile across the street at the West Bus Station Terminal buses were dropping off people to begin their days work in town. Buses here are different from buses in North America in that each one has a name. Some of the buses with more entertaining names were not in the terminal during the few minutes I was there to capture the sunrise so I guess capturing those bus names will have to be a project for 2010.
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After surfing I walked past the remnants of a mangrove swamp. “These are whistling ducks” he said of the brown ducks we passed. “They are endangered but their starting to make a little bit of a comeback”. My friend, a local, paused to watch them “I tell you … man do they ever taste good” he said.
A day of surfing in Antigua and Barbuda.
Shirley’s Heights is a scenic lookout in Antigua with a restaurant and a stage for live bands. On Sundays the venue hosts a big celebration to watch the setting of the sun while enjoying food and drink.
Christmas Day in Nelson’s Dockyard, Antigua and Barbuda
Enjoying the work of Naydene Gonnella in her December 2009 art exhibit at the Copper and Lumber Store Hotel in Antigua and Barbuda.