St Lucia, The Caribbean Island, Captured On Medium Format Analog Film

St Lucia, the colorful and lush Caribbean island, landscapes photographed on medium format analog film with my Hasselblad 500 C/M.

One of the Piton Mountains
One of the Piton Mountains

For our honeymoon, we went to St Lucia island. I wanted to spend all week exploring the island, Andrea wanted to spend all week relaxing at the resort. So we came up with a compromise, we explore 1 1/2 days and relax 4 1/2 days. She got the better end of the deal, but I did enjoy all the relaxation, to be honest. For the exploring days, I brought my Hasselblad 500cm with a few rolls of Kodak Portra 400 analog film.

When it was time to explore I hired a driver to take us all over the island stopping in random places so I could take photos of scenes I felt inspired by. The island was beautiful, full of color and lush green vegetation. The island’s buildings and homes were colorful. St Lucia has little mountains and hills all over it that provide beautiful landscape views. One thing I found most interesting was the abandoned cars scatter around the island on the sides of roads with shrubs and vines growing over them. I found one ditch with 3 or 4 cars in it.

Piton Mountains in St. Lucia
Soufriere bay in St. Lucia
Fruit truck in Soufriere
A beautiful and colorful house in St. Lucia
A house on stilts built on the side of a hill
An abandoned car in a village in St. Lucia
An abandoned car overgrown by flowering vines
Wild orchids
Cashew nut tree
Superman Waterfall in Malgretoute

Here, I also made a video of our snorkeling tour we went on while down there.

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