The first ever National Jamaica Day was held in the Trelawny Multipurpose Stadium on Friday, February 22nd, 2013. It is truly an honor bestowed on our parish to be the hosts of the maiden celebration.
Jamaica Day is a celebration of Jamaica’s history and culture, characterized by the wearing of Jamaican branded clothing and colors. The full article can be viewed on FalmouthPO.com but here are our picture highlights of the event:
Falmouth Harbour Landscape Pictures
After getting pictures for our main project, which was to photograph the road repairs on Cornwall Street, my friend Lippy and I went over to the Barracks School Seaside where I took some pictures, mainly landscapes of the seaside and the Falmouth Pier.
A lot has changed outside the walls of the school, looking into the Falmouth Port development. The stones for one, with their different tones provide a sweet contrast to the pale colours of the Port area. Here are some photos I captured:
Falmouth Water Square has most photo opportunities on Fridays and yesterday was no exception. I was out taking a few candid shots and a video of passers-by: