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Hurricane shelter

A shelter where people can go in case of a hurricane
Dominica - 1999

May 5th 1999
A small country with stunning nature and one huge boiling lake We travelled also before we joined TravelBlog. We have started to digitalise photos from those pre-TravelBlog trips and we are planning to write about maybe a handful of them. We will write when we have the time and time is usually scarce so these blog entries will be far in between. We have however written one now and ... read more
Central America Caribbean » Dominica » Roseau

Dominican Flag Dominica was the last of the Caribbean islands to be colonized by Europeans, due chiefly to the fierce resistance of the native Caribs. France ceded possession to Great Britain in 1763, which made the island a colony in 1805. In 1980, two years after... ... read more
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23rd January 2019

Is that glass?
I don't know much about Hurricane shelters, but I'm surprised to see so much glass on such a structure. Your 1999 photos from film have lasted much better than some of my travel photos - and I really should digitise them as you have done.
23rd January 2019

I sure hope it is the hurricane shelter...
I sure hope that was the hurricane shelter. Though it was two decades ago so I guess we could be wrong there. Btw if it is glass it might be steel inforced or bullet proof or really thick super glass that can take on anything without a scratch. /Ake
23rd January 2019

On digitising photos
Just for your information. Once you get started it doesn't take that much time to digitise the photos. It is a quite quick process where you go through picture after picture and each one takes only a few seconds. It least it was relatively fast with the equipment I used. /Ake

Tot: 0.532s; Tpl: 0.01s; cc: 41; qc: 203; dbt: 0.0603s; 1; m:saturn w:www (104.131.125.221); sld: 1; ; mem: 1.9mb