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Mango Tree

I am in Kingston, Jamaica at the University of the West Indies School of Nursing as a Visiting Professor through the end of April. I will not be able to upload very many images during this time, but I will do my best to respond to the images that all of you are posting. Taken on the University of the West Indies campus, Kingston, Jamaica - 2010. Canon Rebel XT. Copyright: Photographer Laurel Talabere

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Nancy Dadisman 14 Mar 2010

How exciting. I hope to travel the world someday. Great photos.

Beatrix Jahn 14 Mar 2010

Oh my, how I could use a tree like that here. My daily fruit and it's so dang expensive here in Germany.

Sharon Gonzalez 14 Mar 2010

OH, LAUREL, I 'LOVE' MANGOES. IN PANAMA, MANGO TREES GREW WILD AND WE ALWAYS HAD SOME IN OUT YARD. BEAUTIFUL SHOT. ENJOY KINGSTON. I REMEMBER IT AS A BUSSLING (SPELLING) PLACE WHERE WHEN STREET LIGHTS BURNED OUT, THEY STAYED OUT AND WHERE CARS RAN OUT OF GAS, THEY STAYED RIGHT WHERE THEY ARE FOREVER. IS IT STILL THE SAME?