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The International Bazaar – The Lost Shopping Mecca

The Place that Time Forgot   Visiting Grand Bahama on a personal note, I decided to walk through the International Bazaar. As a young lad i spent many days roaming the Bazaar running through crowded narrow passage ways and slipping by the many tourist and locals alike enjoying a lively …

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Balcony House

Did you know that Balcony House may be the oldest house in the city of Nassau? Not the oldest building but oldest residential home, records as far back as 1788 report a small structure on the property. This map and historical time will place Balcony House in the Loyalist era. …

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Fort Fincastle

  Did you know that fort Fincastle was built in 1793 by lord Dunmore and the hill where it was built is known as Bennett’s hill. The fort was used as a light house up until 1817 when the water tower is built and used as a lighthouse. The fort …

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The Cenotaph

  Did you know that a Cenotaph is an empty tomb or monument built to honor a person or group of people who died and their remains are elsewhere other than their homeland? The cenotaph, located in parliament square the garden of remembrance, commemorates the brave Bahamians who served under …

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The Queens Staircase aka 66 steps

If you are up for a bit of a walk from the downtown hustle and bustle, then the Queen’s Staircase may be just the place you should visit. Take a leisurely walk headed in a south eastern direction from Rawson Square and you will soon happen upon this historic location. …

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What is seascape photography

I was once asked what aspect or genre of photography I most enjoy. I answered quickly with seascape photography. This of course did not come over easy to the person asking the question. Seascape? Whats that? Why would you want to do that? Well its simple actually, living in the …

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3 Things you can do in Aperture Priority

There are many settings and buttons on your camera. However when you learn to take control of your camera most likely you will fall within the MASP  on a Nikon and MAvTvP on a Canon Camera setting group. These settings are familiar to most intermediate to advanced photographers and are …

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Why you will Fail at Photography

Why you will give up photography Ok I’m not trying to discourage anybody but I’m just trying to say what I know to be true. The deeper you get into the world of photography the more it’s going to cost you, the more time you will have to spend with …

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Photography Basics

Developing your Photographers Eye Develop your eye by taking time out to look at other photographers work and ask yourself a few simple questions. What do I like about the photo? what do I hate about this image?  Take the images you like the most and deconstruct it and then …