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Fun Photo Friday — Having Fun with Bermuda


Bermuda Beauty

Bermuda Beauty

Today I present some of my favorite Bermuda shots, including some fun manipulations using Picasa:

Colonial Reminder

Colonial Reminder

A Relaxing Drink Boat-Side

A Relaxing Drink Boatside

Lighthouse and Rope Ladder

Lighthouse and Rope Ladder

Dark and Foreboding — Horror Cover?

Dark and Foreboding — Horror Cover?

Manipulation of the Above Shot — Romance Cover?

Manipulation of the Opening Shot — Romance Cover?

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Bermuda Ferry


We’ve seen Bermuda from King’s Wharf to Hamilton.  But how does one travel between the two?  By Ferry, of course.

Well, you can take the bus, but the ferry is more fun.  Unfortunately it was the off season, so there was no ferry connecting to St. George.  Thus, we decided to forego a trip to this quaint part of the island on this go.  Perhaps I’ll dig into my archives from previous trips and post a few photographs of St. George at a later date.

As for now, however, we’re taking the ferry.  Below were the shots I took from the ferry as we travelled from King’s Wharf to Hamilton.

As you peruse these photographs, contemplate what might be next.  This trip isn’t anywhere near over.  Tune in later this week to see the next ports of call.

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Hamilton Bermuda


Hamilton, the capital of Bermuda, exudes a charm that at first glance is typically English.  But the more you delve into the city, the more you feel its subtropical roots.  There are palm trees everywhere.

Where else can you find traditional pubs, Irish linen stores, red English telephone booths, massive stone cathedrals, and palm trees?  The dichotomy is quite startling as you begin to take it all in.

In the following series of photographs you’ll see the Parliament building, two WWI/WWII memorials, some really great old churches amidst palm trees, and the colorful storefronts that line the Front Street, which runs along the port.

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