Ile-a-Vache is 8 miles long by 2 miles wide so we took off walking towards Port Morgan to see more of the island. Also known as "Cow Island", there were a lot of agriculture operations underway. Will add additional galleries within post when time permits.
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Went out for a quick trip to be on the water and view the immediate coastline. One of the guides Tony (if I'm remembering correctly) on the boat while we head up for a view.
The Vacation Village on Ile-a-Vache. We enjoyed staying here during our trip. The people were great and helped us set up excursions. I'm happy to talk to you about our experiences here if you're considering a trip. (Photos from this trip in Haiti taken in 2014.)
Arriving at Ile-a-Vache, a small island off the coast of Haiti. Children of the family that lived next to the Vacation Village where we stayed. Photos from this trip in Haiti taken in 2014.
I've always admired the building at the corner of Church Street and 7th Avenue. Following a renovation a few years ago it's now occupied by the Reformation Presbyterian Church in Hendersonville, NC. Night exposure from a few years ago, playing with the traffic lights going by in the composition.
Night photograph of City Hall in Hendersonville. Constructed in 1928, like many of the historic buildings it was designed by Erle Stilwell. I believe this was taken around 2008 during the fall.
The Brooks Building in Hendersonville, NC is a historic structure, built around 1925. Currently for sale with 3 commercial spaces below and 5 small residential spaces upstairs. Photographed a few years ago with the other night shots from Downtown.