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Yeah, Mon!Monday, November 12, 2012 by Steve Hill
Filed under: Travel
We are in Jamaica, where “Hurricane Sandy” spun winds over 100 mph, resulting in the high seas that took-out whole sections of coastal beaches, docks and breakwaters, like this one, near Ocho Rios, on the north side of the island.

Fixing Sandy II
Fixing Sandy II
These workers labored for nearly 2 weeks, just re-arranging piles of large stones, to begin the new concrete forms that will become foundation for the next break water. I say “next” as everything has a half-life, wherever broad reaches of water meet land in the Caribbean.




Fixing Sandy I
Fixing Sandy I
Still, the beauty of the light and very colorful reflected images, set-in-motion by the workers, who still say “Yeah Mon” to all within earshot, have provided me with a good supply of subject matter for some serious studio work this winter. These are 2 studies done on-site, that will become a part of that new work.

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1. Monday, November 12, 2012 @ 10:09:59 PM by Kevin
Great work dad!


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