By: Brian Jahn
Tags: Black & White Photography, Enviornmental portraits, Jamaica, Jamaican Children, Jamaican Countryside, Jamaican Music, Photography, Portrait Photography, Rasta, Rastafari, Reggae Legends, Reggae music, Roots & Culture, Roots Reggae, Roots Rock Reggae
Category: Cockpit Country, Culture, Environment, Ganja, Historical Jamaica, Jamacian Music, Jamaica, Jamaican Countryside, Jamaican Music, Jamaican Photography, Jamaican Reggae, Jamaican Travel, Joseph Hill, Kingston, Kingston Jamaica, Portrait Photography, Rastafari, Reggae Legend, Reggae music
Kids in the countryside (1992)
I took this shot on a trip to the country with Joseph Hill & his Sound System. We had both went for a walk to the little country village with our cameras and we came across this group of kids. They posed for us and we both got a few shots. Whenever I look back at some of the pictures of kids I took over the years I can’t help but wonder, where are they today, what are they doing or how are they doing now. This image also has some water damage from an air conditioner leak I had years ago, lucky for me it only ruined a few priceless images, some of which I had luckily scanned before the disaster.