PHOTO OF THE DAY: Products of paradise

Photo by Clayton Florent

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  1. Dominican in the BVI
    July 28, 2011

    This is what you call promoting your Country You deserve a trophy.I love it.Thank you for the memories.

  2. Heafline
    July 26, 2011

    I Love my beautiful country Dominica. very nice set up Dominica here I come!

  3. joe
    July 23, 2011

    l love dis market

  4. Truth,Justice,Peace
    July 21, 2011

    Produce and fruits of the soil. This is a beautiful picture and beautifully arranged. There is nothing better than home-grown healthy produce.
    I love the plants and flowers and also the arrangement.

  5. Anonymous
    July 21, 2011

    talk about presentation on point!!!

  6. nash
    July 21, 2011

    i remember those market day, those days was wonderful living in dominica

  7. Police overseas
    July 21, 2011

    No where else but the Nature Isle. Really wonderful.

  8. oso
    July 21, 2011

    Come we go down, down to Roseau market we going. Thank -you! Clayton this- -is- -a-nice photo,

  9. *Jay*
    July 21, 2011


  10. Acra Speed
    July 21, 2011

    I buy a kokoye broom der already

  11. .
    July 21, 2011

    wow! What a sight.

  12. Dominican Abroad
    July 21, 2011

    Hey, nature at its best, am missing all those healthy foods that is on that table. The avocados look like they should. You do not want to see the ones in the US, they are like little black stones. I wish I had one of those from the nature Isle now. yummy!!!!

    • Truth,Justice,Peace
      July 21, 2011

      You are so correct about the avocados. It is the identical situation in Canada. The avocados could rot before they are ripe. Those which are ripe are not as tasty.
      They could be expensive. A grocery store has 5 for $4.99. Individual ones are over $1.00 per lb/kilo. Although tempted to purchase them, I will not, only when the price decreases occasionally.
      There are some bigger ones which are Jamaican produce and sell at approximately $2.50 per pound/kilo. Usually I do purchase them because they are too expensive. Once in a while I will purchase them. Nevertheless, I love avocados. I always remember the Dominica produce and yearn for them too. They are healthy, grown under natural conditions.

      • Dominican in the BVI
        July 28, 2011

        Five for $4.99 is joke here is one for $4.00 and inside it always black>You know how manuy times i take it back to the supermarket?lolDominica when you eat a zaboca that thing butery especially if you feel the pit shaking inside hmm.We are the best in home grown produce.I always refer to our fruits and veggies when i got to the supermarket.they always tell me “well go home and buy it”One of these days neither of us will have to repeat ourselves>I’m this close to coming home and buy it.

  13. hima
    July 21, 2011


  14. GamePro
    July 21, 2011

    Very Beautiful. Real Nice Setup. Real nice Picture…Wow!!!

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