I loved the freedom of the country - driving the Anglia in the cart roads around the house, exploring the gully below the house at Lammings, stopping at the shops in the village and getting cheeze or corn–beef cutters with good Bajan hot sauce.
A few years later I had settled on my photographic path forward so in 1970 I went to Guildford, England to study photography.
I was very fortunate to have made a trip home for 6 wks over Dec 1971 and Jan '72 (seems I also returned Dec 1972 - Jan 1973) and shot the photos in this collection - my major project for graduation about the Bajan lifestyle and Sugar Hill.
The images below are from the scans of the hard copy 12x14" album I made in 1973. The cover here is a single page full bleed and the other pages are spreads - enjoy! These were mainly shot on Kodacolor color negative film and I think I shot a roll or two of Kodachrome - not sure if the 25 ASA or 64.
Click in the image grid below to open larger images - enjoy!