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    fresheyes09 Negril, Jamaica
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    This is a photo of a beautiful sunset taken in Negril, Jamaica. The sun's reflection on the calm ocean combined with the gentle sway of the trees ...
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    sussexfocus Montego Bay, Jamaica
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    Another shot from Montego Bay of a lovely Caribbean sunset
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    sussexfocus Montego Bay, Jamaica
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    This was taken whilst standing in the sea at sunset
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