This week's shutterbugs

Published: Sunday | December 22, 2013 Comments 0
This is a night-blooming cactus - the flowers open once at night, and most times closes by dawn. A very beautiful sight. Taken in my garden in Havendale, Kingston, after midnight on August 29, 2013.- Photo by Allison Birch
This is a night-blooming cactus - the flowers open once at night, and most times closes by dawn. A very beautiful sight. Taken in my garden in Havendale, Kingston, after midnight on August 29, 2013.- Photo by Allison Birch
'Dried breadfruit leaf'. This was taken on the property of Liberty Hill Great House in St Ann earlier this year. -Photo by Deon Dewar-Gray
'Dried breadfruit leaf'. This was taken on the property of Liberty Hill Great House in St Ann earlier this year. -Photo by Deon Dewar-Gray
A butterfly on a blossom in the garden.-Photo by Minett Pusey
A butterfly on a blossom in the garden.-Photo by Minett Pusey
'Naseberry and Coffee'. This was also taken on the property of Liberty Hill Great House in St Ann earlier this year. I like taking photos of fruits, trees, flowers - nature overall. I thought I would share these.-Photo by Deon Dewar-Gray
'Naseberry and Coffee'. This was also taken on the property of Liberty Hill Great House in St Ann earlier this year. I like taking photos of fruits, trees, flowers - nature overall. I thought I would share these.-Photo by Deon Dewar-Gray
This flower was taken in Southfield, St Elizabeth.-Photo by Shelly Gayle
This flower was taken in Southfield, St Elizabeth.-Photo by Shelly Gayle

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