PHOTO OF THE DAY: Nature untouched, the Fresh Water Lake

Photo by Daryl Durand

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25 Comments

  1. dominican abroad
    August 17, 2011

    wonderfull i recommend to all visite, up there the government built a gift shop, and rest rooms for visitors , the road is narror but okay please no littering pick up your trash and keep the place clean for all to enjoy lovely dominca i will be home next year for good .

  2. July 25, 2011

    makes mey heart flutter! invoke patriotism and awe in my chest!

  3. Anonymous
    February 23, 2011

    omg them Durand is good in taking pics

  4. citizen
    February 18, 2011

    yes mr worried i like that too

  5. Disclaimer
    February 18, 2011

    Breathtaking !!!!

  6. worried dominican
    February 18, 2011

    this is the kind of sights that we need to start promoting and building facilities around to get the tourist to come to our lovely island.a sight like that being promoted could bring millions into our country yearly.when people take cruises and long vacations this is what they want to enjoy.sad to see that our leaders are not taking advantage of to promote.they care about making dirt deals with china venezuela and morroco,there is an uprising brewing up in morroco so lets see how far this hotel will get.

    • being real
      February 19, 2011

      it seems you have not been by the Fresh Water Lake in a long time.
      I would advice you to take your head out of politics and see what going on in the country.
      i really would like to hear the plans people like your self have for promoting DA

  7. Truth, Justice, Love, Peace and Unity
    February 17, 2011

    Nature untouched indeed. The creation and hand of God.
    Oh my! When I saw this picture, it took my breathe away. I was mesmerized by its beauty. I said: “Wow! What a picture! What beauty! Makes me homesick indeed. Words are not enough to express my feelings.
    Congratulations to you who took that picture.
    Sweet Dominica the land of beauty…

  8. Out of South City
    February 17, 2011

    How beautiful. Just took my breath away. Lovely Dominica, land of the waters.

  9. eyes
    February 17, 2011

    c’est magnifique.

  10. Dominican in the BVI
    February 17, 2011

    very lovely indeed

  11. LMAO
    February 17, 2011

    Dominica needs to have managed and structured development. If we don’t, as the world sees the rise in food prices and that of oil, as the world’s reserve of oil falls, persons are going to turn to mother nature in an ad hoc way to resolve their needs. As the world economic crisis depends and the possibility of a double dip recession looms over our heads and many persons look at returning to their native lands, we might just find ourselves with a little Haiti on our hands in the next 15 – 20 years.

    • LawieBawie
      February 17, 2011

      Were you attempting to comment about the picture of the day, or am I missing something here?

    • Ibn Gabrioli
      February 17, 2011

      LMAO,

      If you could, elucidate on your reason for making this assertion. You may be onto something here, only I can’t see the connection to the most gorgeous natural phenomena 3,000 feet above sea level and a good 7-10 miles inland.

      • LMAO
        February 17, 2011

        Haiti, once called the Pearl of the Antilles because of it’s breath taking natural beauty…then came the dictators along with poverty, hunger, unemployment and little or no opportunities for its people. See what it became? Connect the dots my friend, connect the dots.

        • Wacher
          February 18, 2011

          LMAO Please pray for your country… and stop comparing to some country that has suffered some setback. We also do have to pray for them as well. Let us praise the Father for all the beautiful things in our country and be thankful to him. It was only today that some one remarked that it is only we here who enjoy “cursing and saying bad things about our country” . Let us desist from doing just that as our tongues are very powerful. Let us look at all the good we have here and praise our Father daily and ask him to continue preserving us. Those who look up to him will be able to ask to preserve our land against the wiles and tongues of the evil ones.

          Be blessed and let us make positive comments and leave out the negative of our mouths. Yes indeed beautiful country! :-D :-D

  12. Jade
    February 17, 2011

    Absolutely beaaautiful…Perfect! Hope to visit someday soooon

  13. oh my my my
    February 17, 2011

    VERY BEAUTIFUL.DOMINICA IS A LOVELY PLACE ITS JUST A PITY I’M TOO BUSY TO ENJOY SUCH MAJESTIC BEAUTY.

  14. Anonymous
    February 17, 2011

    Beautiful!!!!! Can’t wait to visit Dominica!

  15. Dominican woman
    February 17, 2011

    wow!!!!

  16. TOMIAN
    February 17, 2011

    Where in the world can u find another beautiful site like this. I just Love Dominica! Just Amazing

  17. Serpent
    February 17, 2011

    So Gorgeous!! I’ve lived Dominica Most of my life and not once have I been To The Fresh Water lake. I will definitely be visiting you soon babe don’t worry. Just keep your splendor and beauty until the day I can feel your Refreshing Kiss. lol

  18. Usual Suspect
    February 17, 2011

    Now…. thats a photo of the day!

  19. Natureinslangirl
    February 17, 2011

    OMG What a beautiful site

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