Daily Post Photo Challenge 2017 Faves

 

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My photo challenge posts are always so random. For this one, I decided to share the simple things that make me happy. I am expressing gratitude for everything that I have experienced last year and I am so ready for 2018. Bring it on baby

 

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Tuesday Photo Challenge : Season

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I have not participated in this challenge for a hot minute. For this one, I actually had the time to snap some pictures during my break at work. We do not actually have seasons here in Barbados. Unless you would call eternal sun and thunderstorms seasons.
It is that time of year when we break out the decor and indulge. Sometimes a bit too much. Here are some decorations that caught my eye and of course we must not forget my fave part of Christmas .. The rum cake ūüôā I hope you guys have a Wonderful Christmas season.¬†Love and Blessings

Tachi 

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Serene : The Daily Post Photo Challenge

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Sometimes we need a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life. A moment of peace in the midst of all the madness. A getaway, a soul recharge to quiet our busy minds and put all the stress on pause. Nothing for me is more relaxing as a beautiful sunset, a body of water; the issues seem so insignificant in contrast to the vastness of it all. These simple moments of calm I treasure. A moment to reflect, take a deep breath and simply be SERENE.

 

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Flower Alley : All Things Bajan Independence Feature

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Flower Alley is located on Broad Street next to the Lower Broad street taxi stand. This caught my eye because of the street wall art. Am I the only one that thinks street murals are creative and attention-grabbing. This one captures some scenes from traditional Barbadian life. Kudos to the artist.

Flower Alley is also named after a horse owned by Eugene Melnyk, a Ukrainian Canadian businessman who lives in Barbados. In honour the horse he adopted the street in 2012.

If you are ever on Lower Broad Street you can take a peek.

Information Source The Nation News Barbados.