Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Hopetown Architecture

Here is a photo essay focused on the beautiful buildings and surroundings of Hopetown on Elbow Cay, Abaco, Bahamas. Hayden used to teach Architectural Drawing and Passive Solar Design and he really enjoys photographing buildings while focusing on color and detail. Here in Hopetown, on this sunny afternoon, he shot over 100 photos and these are the best 28.

Enjoy the tour....this place is so beautiful....

Captions not needed, just photos....




OK, this is not architecture, but a curly tail lizard is cool

Check out the feet....OK....back to Architecture....





The lower triangle lines up with this upper triangle as a range for entering the channel
here you are looking directly out the entrance channel....OK...back to Architecture...

A sign on a back porch, Hopetown, Bahamas









The Methodist Church and beach access walkway
The Church looks overlooks this quiet beach

This island is full of doves and their cooing can be heard all day long

Look at the flag, it is always windy here, so it seems. 15-20 tradewinds nonstop

Thank you for taking a look at the architecture and beauty of Hopetown here in the Abacos. Next tour....the Hopetown Lighthouse.

3 comments:

Cap'n Blaine said...

Hopetown is such a beautiful place. Thanks for sharing your photos. I love it there!

Greg K said...

Wow Guys!

What great photos. The framing is excellent and the colors are so vivid! I feel like I could just walk into them.

Judith said...

Just beautiful!
You know, when I was very young I wanted to be an architect. I see why.
Looking forward to go there.
Have fun!