Tag Archives: Bermuda

Unfinished Church

Construction began in 1874 in St. George, Bermuda on a replacement for the town’s St. Peter’s Church.  However a series of problems developed, from a storm ravaging the near-completed site to financial concerns and political infighting within the parish.  Construction halted and the church began to crumble over time.

In 1992 the Bermuda National Trust stepped in to preserve the structure in its unfinished state.  To this day the church remains unfinished with its towering stone walls, grassy floor and massive sky-light.

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Bermuda Passport Stamp

Bermuda has a special place in my heart, because it was the first time I was able to travel internationally for work (meaning someone else picked up the tab), it was the first stamp I received in my passport, and some time later, it was where I proposed to my wife.

For this image, I busted out our passports and shot some pictures of them for a National Geographic project about passport stamps.

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Bermuda Shoreline

Bermuda will always have a special place in my heart since it’s where Alisha and I got engaged.

This image was taken at a super-swanky resort outside of Hamilton.  We’d play on the beach, relax in the infinity pool, or just lounge on our room’s deck while listening to the waves crash on shore.  At night, I loved sleeping with the sliding glass doors open, so we could listen to the waves while watching the beam of light from the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse race across the sky.

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