This photo doesn’t need any commentary at all. In fact, all it needs is admiration. Take a deep breath and appreciate the unparalleled beauty of our island. It’s inescapable!
This anonymously submitted shot captured our attention because it’s so full of history. Saint Lucia’s sugar-cane days are almost forgotten, but the apparatus remains. Dotted around the island you can find a few waterwheels like this one, still standing long dry streambeds where a diverted river no longer runs. Continue reading
This one could be what St. Lucia has been waiting for! We all know that our tiny 238 square mile piece of heaven is chock full of the most beautiful and talented people on the planet. Now is our chance to show the world what we’ve got!
Weekends around here mean life at an easier pace, spent mostly outdoors and away from the computer, so Island Scene 758 won’t be updating the blog at our regular pace until Monday. We’ve still got you covered though, Island Scene 758 is on Facebook and Twitter, for updates on the go!
So what do you do in the meantime? You head over to James Creasy’s blog and look at his amazing photos.
James is a photographer from the UK who is spending some time in St. Lucia on a work assignment (how lucky can you get?), and he and his beautiful model Michelle are taking full advantage of St. Lucia’s vibrant island scene. His portfolio of amazing shots will definitely keep you amused and clicking until Monday. Until then, we’ll see you at the beach!
Architect by trade, Dexter Fassale is one of the new crop of St. Lucian photographers who find magic in this Helen of the West. While not a professional photographer, Dexter gives his creative side expression with shots that capture the beauty of every day Saint Lucian life. Follow his work on his Facebook page, and be sure to let him know that Island Scene 758 says hello!
Ray Hardy may not have been born here in St. Lucia, but over the years he has made his home here in the Helen of the West. And Saint Lucia is lucky to have him, as he is one of the best wedding photographers on the island. Scratch that – he is one of the best photographers period. He is best known, however, for capturing creative, quirky shots which always bring out the personality of his subject, and he will go to any length to get the right shot, as this photo proves! Check out his commercial site at Karay Media Productions, where he can help you with wedding planning from start to finish. Tell him Island Scene 758 sent you!
Saint Lucia is full of both great old buildings and super talented photographers. Today’s photo of the day is the intersection of local ‘architecture’ and local fine art photography. Daniel Marcion is the creative genius behind Belle Portwe, a local photography studio that has gained a solid reputation for creative and professional work.You can purchase prints of Daniel’s work at his online gallery. Go say hi to him on Facebook and tell him Island Scene sent you!
Stand back! Luckily this menacing-looking guy is all attitude, at least according to photographer Ted Sandiford of A.C.I.D Kreationz. He is widely known across the island as the creator of popular animated characters Cocoa Boy and Girard. Alumni of SALCC circa ’97 – ’99, however, might remember his earlier work, which was circulated among Divisions on crumpled file sheets. Looks like Mr. A.C.I.D has a bit of skill with the camera to go along with other talents. Don’t forget to drop by his Facebook page to check out the rest of his work!