This recently completed building is the Montego Bay Convention Center. Located a few miles outside the city, it is convenient to the Donald Sangster International Airport (St. James), the Ian Fleming International Airport (St. Mary), hotels and guest houses.
I was fascinated by the curves and angles and their reflections and also by the colors of the sky and the Caribbean Sea.
This is my submission to this week’s Budget Travelers Sandbox Travel Photo Thursday series. Be sure to check out other photo and story entries on their website!
16 comments on “Travel Photo Thursday: Montego Bay Convention Center”
Beautiful picture 🙂
Looks like a very interesting building. I didn’t know the airport was named after Ian Fleming 🙂
That’s a nice piece of architecture. Quite impressive and the water adds to the landscape.
Very nicely captured. Like the silhouette in the corner too.
Beautiful shot! Loved the angle from which it was taken, very artistic looking.
Pretty photo! I like your use of reflections and silhouette. 🙂
Thanks, Leigh. Interestingly enough, I didn’t notice her there until after I took the photo.
It sure is, Debbie. Yes, it was a small airport that was expanded and renamed in his honor.
It sure is. As you might remember, one of the things I love is water — had to get it in.
The city of Montego Bay is beautiful in itself and a hundreds of spots for capturing. It is really great to see you found one of the architectural marvel too for your beautiful album.
Thanks, Jeremy. So glad you stopped by. Yes, it is a beautiful city with lots of great spots. Glad you like this one.
Now that’s a beautiful convention center! It sure beats anything in the states. And who wouldn’t want to go there for a convention or trade show! Beautiful colors and a great angle for the pic. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you! Glad you like it.
I agree, it’s a great place to attend a convention of trade show. The view of the ocean from the convention center is quite lovely.
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