Photo of The Day


A New Day Dawns

The sun climbs above the horizon off the Eastern end of  New Providence, Bahamas, near “Lookout Point”. A great way to start a new day.



Taking Flight

“Taking Flight” sculpture by Bahamian artist Dede Brown installed at Lynden Pindling International Airport, Bahamas: “The national bird of The Bahamas, Phoenicopterus ruber, commonly known as the West Indian Flamingo, is a unique and singular bird, with its brilliant pink feathers and its long and delicate neck and legs.” Continue reading

Prince George Wharf - Nassau, Bahamas

PIC-O-The Day: Colours

You know you’re in the Caribbean when the buildings mimic the vibrant colours that nature provides. From blue-greens  of the oceans to the bright yellows of the hibiscus and passionate pinks of the conch shell, we are always surrounded by colour.

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Emancipation Day

The Slavery Abolition Act 1833 ended slavery in the British Empire on August 1, 1834. Emancipation Day is widely observed in the British West Indies during the first week of August.


PIC-O-The Day: Rainy Day Reminiscing

The weather in Nassau, Bahamas has been a little erratic lately – searing heat, followed by rolling thunder, and flashes of heavy downpour. It’s summer, after all. While we are thankful for the rain and its renewal, we do look forward to more crystal clear beach days this Summer.