One of the relics of the Cold War can be found on the ground at Pearls in Grenada. When the American forces landed in their rescue mission ( or “invasion” depending on who you talk to) a Cuban airliner was on the ground at the old airport. As history moved on the aircraft was abandoned and remained on the ground at the now disused air port as the new airport at Point Salines (recently named the Maurice Bishop International Airport) came into use.
This image was shot with my phone from the middle of the cabin of the aircraft. Clearly the world has moved on……
Just got back from a trip to Grenada, and we stayed at L’Anse Aux Epines Cottages. I’ve got several great images to show you you but I thought I’d start with this one that was taken just after sunrise looking west over the bay.
visiting some friends down the East Coast of the island (one of my favourite places) I saw this shot. Edited in Adobe Photoshop mobile on the phone.
This is one of my favourite beaches to walk on with my family. The light in the afternoon is amazing.
A couple of weeks ago I got an email from the folks at 500Px’s ISO blog asking if I would be interested in submitting some tips for an article they were doing on mobile phone photography. Having paused (for about a nano second) to think about it I said “ummm you sure you have the right guy?” (well actually that’s what I thought but I really said “Hell yes!” The article posted today at the following link:
Some things just drop out of a clear blue sky 🙂
Was shooting a wedding on the west coast of the island. The reception was held on a chartered catamaran. We moored at sunset so the happy couple and their family could have dinner. I had a moment to grab this shot of the other catamaran that was moored just off our stern and the pale sunset behind it. Of course this was shot with my phone.
Took my son to see the Race of Champions event we had a great seat for the free style motorcycles at the end of the day.
Looking up at the Radisson Aquatica in Barbados.