Gregory Arch in Nassau, The Bahamas by 242Digital

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NIKON D5100 with 10-24mm NIKKOR ZOOM

Image # RF1-0899

Photographer: Jeremy Lavender Photography – Nassau, The Bahamas

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This arch was named after Governor John Gregory who served around 1850 and it was opened to the public on the 19th January, 1852, When you pass through this stone arch on Market Street, you cross the line that divides downtown Nassau from the rest of the country. The tunnel forms a picturesque entrance to the community known as Over The Hill and the old settlements of Grant’s Town and Bain Town.

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gregory arch, nassau, the bahamas, government house, tropical island, jeremy lavender photography, bahamian history, historical place, market street

European by birth, I have travelled throughout Europe, North America and Mexico, Central and the Caribbean Islands. Actually I’m based in Europe.

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Comments

  • Keith Hawley
    Keith Hawleyover 1 year ago

    great shot Jeremy…

  • Thank you very much Keith ;-) – Jeremy

    – 242Digital

  • debidabble
    debidabbleover 1 year ago

  • Thank you ;-) – Jeremy

    – 242Digital

  • WildBillPho
    WildBillPhoover 1 year ago

    Beautiful capture of this arch, excellent light, colors and textures!

  • Thanks a lot for you kind words Bill. Much appreciated ;-) – Jeremy

    – 242Digital

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 1 year ago

  • Thank you Ray ;-) – Jeremy

    – 242Digital

  • Marie Sharp
    Marie Sharpover 1 year ago

  • Thank you very much Marie ;-) – Jeremy

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  • WildestArt
    WildestArtover 1 year ago

  • Thank you very much ;-) – Jeremy

    – 242Digital

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