The Cloisters in Paradise Island, Nassau, The Bahamas

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NIKON D5100 with NIKKOR ZOOM 18~55mm

3 shots (Tripod) at -2EV, 0EV and +2EV blended with Photomatix.
Final adjustments with Nikon NX2 software.


IMAGE VIEWED 659 TIMES AS OF DECEMBER 28, 2012


PHOTO FEATURED BY “EVERYTHING OLD A NEW TREASURE”, BY “POSTCARDS AND DESTINATIONS”, BY “THE GROUP-GALLERY OF ART & PHOTOGRAPHY”, BY “NIKON FUN” AND BY “RELIGIOUS ARCHITECTURE” GROUPS


Image # RF1-0473

Photographer: Jeremy Lavender Photography – Nassau, The Bahamas
Website: http://www.242digital.com


Augustinian monks in France built the original monastery; William Randolph Hearst bought it and had it shipped to the US. After that, Huntington Hartford, the A&P supermarket heir and developer of the former Hog Island into Paradise Island, bought the stones and had the Cloisters reassembled on its present site.


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