This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge is “Variations on a Theme.” This was not too difficult for me, because my husband and I both have a habit of taking series of several photos on the same topic. Well, here is one we did recently (or rather, they were taken by my husband, since I am in … More Variations on a Theme: All Aboard
Silence is not an easy thing to find these days anywhere – let alone in Jamaica, which is a noisy place. This week’s photo challenge is, therefore a tricky one, in that complete silence is virtually an impossibility. However, we all search for calm and quiet. Some places have silence; history has a silence of … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Silence is Golden in Jamaica
I have not responded to the Weekly Photo Challenge recently. It had slipped me altogether. This week’s is about “structure.” It is also inviting us to observe, and look for little details we may have overlooked. So, here goes. I think I mostly have man-made structures here – one that I cannot identify! – but … More Structure: Nature and Man Made
I found the concept of a delta rather a tricky one. It’s a specific point where one thing changes into, or intersects with another, I thought. So, I took it from there. Firstly, there was a creative moment of change at the Trench Town Learning Centre, where the older children were learning screen printing. Water … More A Delta That Points to Change: Weekly Photo Challenge
I’m pretty late with this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth. When I am exploring natural places in Jamaica, I often look down at my feet. This is where you often find curious, small and often beautiful objects, scattered randomly and yet somehow in perfect order. Here are a few examples (all the photos are taken … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Earth – Or, The Earth At My Feet
Saturday, April 22 is Earth Day. The theme is Environmental and Climate Literacy – in other words, the importance of educating ourselves on these complex and wide-ranging topics. Until recently, by the way, I didn’t know the day is also called International Mother Earth Day. The Earth Day Network (Earth Day is primarily a citizen-oriented effort) is … More #EarthDay2017: What’s Happening in Jamaica?
In case you did not realize it, the Canadian Government has been quietly supporting various renewable energy and climate change-related initiatives in Jamaica in the past few years. Last August, the Canadians and the U.S. Government jointly provided funding for Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group to acquire Blue Mountain Renewables (BMR) Jamaica Wind Limited. At … More Canada Gives Jamaica a Helping Hand on Renewable Energy and Climate Change