Late last month I went to the Roaring River Cave and Mayfield Falls in Westmorland Jamaica as a part of the usual monthly photography link-up I attend with fellow local photographers who meet online via a group on Flickr. I don’t even know if I can still call it a link-up for “local” photographers anymore because a few foreigners and overseas based Jamaicans have been joining us lately with the group swelling from about a dozen people when I first started going a couple years ago to over 40 on the last trip.
Leaving the light and stepping into the darkness
I didn’t post any pictures from the April trip but I did a reptile infested post about the trip to Black River earlier this year and a post with a couple collages taken by some other group members of some of the happenings on a few other trips. I am getting used to the Nikon D70 that my pal Marc loaned me and looking forward to getting another lens or two when I can afford to. Check out a selection of pictures taken on the trip below and also check out my Flickr page if you’d like to see others.
Not really a fan of being inside caves – there is just something about being inside the earth with bats that scares me
One of the models in the group named Jo – stole this shot during her private session with Joel ^_^
Craft vendor’s stall at Mayfield falls
This playful puppy won the heart of many
Really liked this smiling skill head carving
Franz Paris (I’m told that’s her real name) has a great personality
Having a bokeh orgasm with a Nikon 50mm 1.4 I burrowed from a group member
Blogging pal and fellow photog Stunner getting his periodic crackberry fix – Check out his blog
Someone in the group brought a violin for the models to pose with
another shot of inside the Roaring River cave
This nice lady was on hand to congratulate me for not drowning in knee deep water
Remember to check out my Flickr page for more photos, follow me on Twitter to know when I upload more photos to my Flickr page and also check out fellow group member and Jamaican blogger Stunner’s post about this same trip.
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