I decided to do some practice retouching after watching “The Iceman”, a biopic based on the life of notorious Mafia hitman Richard Kuklinski. I couldn’t go to bed with those images left in my head LOL.
SKIN is a photography project that investigates the intersection of identity through skin tone. This project also offers new perspectives on beauty and expands the boundaries of the standard definition of diversity.
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The end of our Cozumel destination marked the end of our week long voyage. We spent most of the day relaxing and packing for our return to port in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. During our down time we took advantage of some of the ship activities. Our activity was a scavenger hunt, it consisted of 7 challenges that had to be completed in 15 minutes. Here were the challenges:
1. Hang spoons from your nose.
2. Go fishing in the pool.
3. Sleep in an inappropriate place.
4. Spell out a word with your body.
5. Stand like a statue for 15 seconds.
6. Sing “I Will Survive” to a stranger.
7. Create your own challenge.
My group WON THE BIG PRIZE!!!
After Labadee, our next destination was Fallmouth, Jamaica. We spent a very short time on board the Oasis of the Seas while cruising there. On the way there we passed through the famous Ile de la Tortue (Turtle Island). You might have head about it. The first Europeans to land on Tortuga were the Spaniards in 1492 during the first voyage of Christopher Columbus into the New World. Turtle Island was also very huge in Caribbean piracy the 17th century. If this brief history lesson doesn’t refresh you memory, Hollywood has used this island in several blockbuster films THE PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN!!!! Some locations in the series of films are real, others are fictional. Port Royal and Tortuga are the only locations to appear in more than one of the films in the series.
Terra gives a brief history lesson on Labadee, Haiti and Ile de la Tortue.