The Island of Barbados
barbados fine art prints
With an area covering 431 square kilometres,few would argue that Barbados isn't beautiful. Set at the bottom of the Caribbean, the Island enjoys the big waves of the Atlantic on its East coast and more laid back, gentle beaches along the West side. This gallery aims to capture that beauty by photographing key features of the island in monochrome. Codrington College, Needham Point, Gun Hill, Crane Beach and Bridgetown. These images were taken in 2009.
Bathsheba Beach. This shot shows stunning beach on the East coast of the island. Bathsheba is fishing village and home to around 5000 people.
Bathsheba Beach, Barbados. This black and white photograph shows the magnificent Bathsheba Beach, Barbados. This beach is situated on the East Coast of the Caribbean Island.
Bathsheba Beach is scattered with many large rocks like this one. The beach faces East into the Atlantic Ocean
A solitary leaf, Carlisle Bay, Barbados. This leaf washed up in the sand and makes an interesting study
The Garrison Savannah hosts horse racing on the island. It is a short distance from Bridgetown just behind Needham Point
Gun Hill Observation point, Barbados. Located in the middle of the island, the view from Gun Hill looks South towards the bottom of the island.
Independence arch, Bridgetown. This photograph was taken in 2009. Barbados became independent from British rule in 1966.
A dilapidated old Jetty at Needham Point. This jetty looks out across the Caribbean sea towards Bridgetown.
Another beach near Crane, beach. This beach is situated on the Atlantic Ocean side of this sun kissed, Caribbean Island.
Oistins Fish Fry. Every Friday night the Fish Fry at Oistins attracts tourists and locals alike. This photograph aims to capture the excitement of the Fish Fry.
It's not supposed to rain in Barbados. Occasionally, The island does receive a downpour like everywhere else. This photograph was taken in 2009.
The Garrison Savannah. The famous horse racing venue is located just outside Bridgetown. Visitors can wander around when horse racing isn't on.
This photograph shows rocks on the beach at Needham Point. Needham point lies just outside the capital.
Plantation of Sugar Cane. Barbados used to produce an awful lot of sugar. Whilst it still produces sugar today, it is not as popular as it once was.
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