Hope Town - 2017
|Inside Captain Jack's restaurant looks like the combination of a |
1950's diner and a biker bar. I liked the colors in this
waitress station next to the dining area.
|There were two cooks keeping up with the breakfast orders at |
Captain Jack's. Since the kitchen lacked the colorfulness
of the island, I converted this image to black and white.
|This is simply a mannequin dressed like Wyannie Malone, the |
founding mother of Hope Town, was thought to
have looked like back in 1785.
|This is a beautiful little side street that connects Bay Street and |
Back Street at the northern end of the harbor. The
streets are very narrow, accommodating only a
golf cart. Colorful flowers grow from the
properties along the street.
|I captured this image from the coffee shop--it is simple |
and very tropical, with the turquoise
water and the palm tree.
|This is one of my favorite little spots in Hope Town. Small boats |
are beached here next to the quaint waterfront cottages.
|This image was taken from our mooring. It is looking back |
toward a beautiful area along Bay Street.