PHOTO OF THE DAY: Hauling in the catch at Scotts Head

Photo by GL

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18 Comments

  1. A. Etienne
    March 14, 2013

    Van does colour matter? we are all the same in gods eyes.Dominica welcomes all, it does not matter about the pigmentation of ones’ skin. Let not bring back the colonized day, when colour did matter.

  2. Dominican to de bone
    January 19, 2012

    Amen.

  3. True to DA
    January 2, 2012

    When it come to my ISLAND..IT DONT MATTER IF YOU’R BLACK OR WHITE.

    I don’t care care what part of the world you come from..
    Just as long as your love Dominica
    If today your love for DA is like my love
    You are my country man so give me a hand.

    Amen

  4. forreal
    December 19, 2011

    them brothers their are the best,is work they want to work,let them work :-D

  5. dominican abroad
    August 22, 2011

    Yes man: this my favorite spot man when i come home on vacation check it out

  6. dominican abroad
    August 4, 2011

    THE LOBSTERS ARE MORE PLENTYFULL ON THE FLIP-SIDE OF THAT LOCATOIN, BIG ONES TOO.CHECK IT OUT WHEN VISITING D.A.

  7. dominican abroad
    June 23, 2011

    OH WONDERFULL SCOTT”HEAD , IT IS A MUST WHEN VISITING THE ISLAND MAN,MAKE SURE YOU CARRY A CAMARA.

  8. dominican abroad
    June 14, 2011

    The village in the forefront is suffiere,you can bath in the sulfure spring , while eating mangoes.

  9. dominican abroad
    June 14, 2011

    I would like to suggest to all who visite the ISland, to check-out the village of pte mitchel suffuie and most important scotts head it will be an expeirience you wont forget.,

  10. Truth, Love, Peace
    June 13, 2011

    This is a beautiful photo and of the forefront, the sea and the mountain.
    Would love some fresh fish. :) Makes my mouth water for some.
    Any lobsters and yes, turtles? As a child I ate turtle meat, turtle eggs, the yellow ones and drank the white ones. The white is watery, all cooked of course including lobster meat. Makes me yearn for some. They are delicacies.

  11. kalinago in ny
    June 13, 2011

    beautiful and scenic…

  12. Anonymous
    June 13, 2011

    I miss and love my sweet Dominica, i will not trade you for the world, i`m just out here for the job, not so much the US dollar, just the job. I`m in the BVI but home more than once a year, i dont want to live out here Mr.Prime minister, the same job that i have out here for 10 years now, i was refused in my own country. If only i could have this job back home i would never leave again. I WILL ALWAY LOVE YOU MY DOMINICA, YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MINE!!!!!!

  13. Lovely
    June 13, 2011

    Beautiful!!!!

  14. MangoSweet
    June 13, 2011

    SEems like these two young lasdies are trying to become immersed in the island’s culture…. All part of eco-torism.

  15. van
    June 13, 2011

    Who are the ‘white’ folks in the picture? The emphasis is on the hauling the catch

    • Laboo
      June 13, 2011

      Van, don’t want to make a snap judgement about your comment. Why did u ask about the “white” folks in the photo? Anyone can see they are visitors experiencing some of the culture of the Island. I hope more people from all over the world have the opportunity to visit our wonderful Dominica. ALL ARE WELCOME!!!!!!!

  16. Laboo
    June 13, 2011

    What a beautiful scenery! Now this really makes me homesick.

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