Barbados on Film

September 1, 2016

I finally got around to developing an ever-growing stack of film that was sitting in my living room. And I swear, the day my scans arrive is almost as amazing as Christmas. It was like a late birthday present when they arrived last week.

First up: Barbados!

Oh, man, how I wish I was back on the beach in Barbados. We spent 90% of our time lounging at either the pool or the beach at The Crane Resort on the Southern end of the island, but we did hop over to Carlisle Bay for a day of SUP and snorkeling mid-stay. As you can see in these photos, the wind in Barbados is pretty strong, especially on the Southeast side where the Crane is. That means it’s the not greatest spot for swimming, because the waves are so big, but it’s a nice beach! The pool was built in a way where you were super sheltered from the wind, and the breeze kept you cool in the high humidity.

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photo of the author, she has dark wavy hair, brown glasses, and red lipstick on. She is wearing a grey shirt.

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