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Joan Aspinall
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#TotemFish

Totem Fish

“…hickory, dickory, dock … one little fish on the top …’Hickory, dickory, pickles’ the other fish scream, ‘Ge offa’me. It tickles!” JKA © 1998

 

#StDavidsLighthouse

St. David’s Lighthouse

St. David’s Lighthouse, built of Bermuda Limestone, opened in 1879, rises 55 feet from its base and although no longer used as an active navigational beacon to guide ships into the channels, it remains very famous as the finish line marker for the prestigious bi-annual Newport=Bermuda Ocean Yacht Race.

 

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St. David’s Lighthouse

St. David’s Lighthouse, built of Bermuda Limestone, opened in 1879, rises 55 feet from its base and although no longer used as an active navigational beacon to guide ships into the channels, it remains very famous as the finish line marker for the prestigious bi-annual Newport=Bermuda Ocean Yacht Race.

 

#GibbsHillLighthouse

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, Southampton, Bermuda c. 1846 is the oldest caste iron lighthouse in the world. Its elevation is 362 feet above sea level and it offers spectacular view of the island for those hearty souls who venture to climb to the top. In the height of the summer blossoms of oleander bushes surround it and when the flagpole is dressed for show the sight is awesome.

 

#MoongatesMoons

Moongate’s Moons

Bermuda’s national Limestone Moongate is a delightful architectural feature or Oriental origin that was introduced to the island by seafarers who visited China. Associated with legend and magic, it is reputed that honeymooners who walk through a Moongate and make a wish will have happiness forever. This beautiful Moongate is located on Harrington Sound, Flatts.

 

#BluebirdCottage

Bluebird Cottage

Bermuda’s famous Bluebird Cottage, South Shore Rd, Tucker’s Town, in the attire of spring flowers and enjoyed in the sunshine by 2 Bluebirds on wing.

 

#JohnSmithsBay

John Smiths Bay

Sunrise at John Smiths bay, South Shore, Bermuda. Looking down the shore towards Pink Beach and Tuckers Town. Public beach and park famous for its sheltering cave and candy pink Bermuda stone cottage. Childhood home of the artist who lived at the Breakers Club that was once on the property.

 

#BermudaGombeys

Bermuda Gombeys Swirling to the Drums

The Gombey dancers of Afro-Caribbean origin have evolved into a folk lore tradition that is unique to Bermuda alone. Brilliant costumes of fringe, tassels, mirrors and flowing capes are topped with spectacular head dresses of peacock feathers. They dance in troupes, performing intricate movements to pulsating drum beats.

 

#SwizzleInn

Swizzle Inn

Swizzle Inn, Baileys Bay, Bermuda, as renowned as the rum drink of the same name. Favourite stopping off spot for farewell toasts on the way to the airport.

 

#RooftopsStGeorges

Sunlight on the Rooftops of St. George’s

Like colourful building blocks in a child’s play, the cube houses of St. George’s take on a different look. Bathed in sunlight the white limestone roofs used for collecting rain water sit like top hats on brightly painted buildings, some of which are 4 hundred years old. St. George’s and its surrounding fortifications is now a World Heritage Site.

 

#HorseshoeBay

Horseshoe Bay

Horseshoe bay, South Shore, Warwick, listed as one of the world’s most beautiful top 10 beaches. The crescent shaped pink sand beach and sparkling aquamarine waters is breath-taking at all times of the year. View is taken from top of large rock formation at Western end of beach. Favourite of tourists and locals alike.

 

#NaturalArches

Natural Arches

Natural Arches, Tuckers Town. Private beach for Mid-Ocean Club. Landmark arches formed by ocean washing away limestone. Public could only view from top of overlooking cliff. The arches were destroyed by Hurricane Fabian, September 5, 2003.

 

#FlattsInlet

Flatts Inlet

Flatts Village, Bermuda. At one time a prosperous shipping port until sand filled the inlet. Favourite haunt for smugglers who sailed up the inlet at night to avoid Customs. Brick coloured building, recently restored is c.1790.

 

#SomersetBridge

Somerset Bridge

Somerset Bridge which connects the aqua waters of the Great Sound with Elys Harbour, is the smallest drawbridge in the world. The removable centre can only accommodate the mast of a sailboat as it is guided through the narrow cut by helping hands. Ther western part of the island is abundant with pink Oleander blossoms in the Spring and Summer. All of Joan’s designs contain her symbolic Bermudian Lizard. Can you spot her little lizard called Tarag in this charming Bermuda picture?

 

#FrontSt

Front Street, Hamilton

Front Street, Hamilton – a town founded in 1793 that became the capital in 1815, with a busy waterfront Front Street lined with colourful stone buildings of Bermuda’s unique architecture. Popular cruise ships sailed from the U.S. form on wall of the port street during the season. A mini metropolis of busy balcony restaurants and shops brimming with merchandise the street is only without traffic very early morning. The city is a renowned international centre for the insurance industry.

 

#TheBirdcage

The Birdcage, Front Street, Hamilton

A policeman directs traffic in the The Birdcage at the intersection of Queen and Front Streets in the colourful city of Hamilton. Along with horse and carriages, he faces a barrage of scooter riders, pink buses and the whimsical red sightseeing train. Tuppie the cat keeps him company as the lizard he chased all the way from Smiths looks on …. Can you find him?

 

#HamiltonHarbour

Hamilton Harbour and the Great Sound

Hamilton Harbour lies like a little fairyland at the foot of Trimingham Hill. The view is taken from a house called Tara. The island curves around to encompass the Great Sound – Gibbs Hill Lighthouse and the Royal Naval Dockyard are in the distance. Government House overlooks North Shore.

 

#SomersWharf

Somers Wharf, St. George’s

Somers Wharf shows the peeping edge of the tan brick Carriage House as the eye travels towards the flags of the White Horse Tavern, a former merchant building c.1782, where the shopkeeper hoarded barrels of gold in his cellar. In the background is Ordinance Island Bridge and Joe Kelly’s famous blue and pink fishing boat, Messaround.

 

#StPetersChurch

St. Peter’s Church

Sr. Peter’s Church, St. George’s, Bermuda is the oldest operating Anglican Church in the Western Hemispere. Established in 1614, parts of this structure date back to 1620. Resting place for governors, pirates and indentured servants.

 

#TobaccoBay

Tobacco Bay, St. George’s

Tobacco Bay, St. George’s one of the most popular snorkelling spots on the East End, ties in with the Gunpowder Plot of 1775 when General George Washington suggested to local sympathisers that he would not inflict a food embargo on the island if they stole gunpowder from the island’s arsenal to assist his fight for American Independence. The gunpowder was stolen and secreted out from Tobacco Bay to a ship bound for Boston in the dead of the night.

 

#FortStCatherine

Fort St. Catherine, St. George’s

Fort St. Catherine, original 1614, rebuilt as part of Queen Victoria’s plan to heavily fortify the island against attack from the Americans. The beach is the site of landing of castaways from Sir George Somers Sea Venture wreck which established the founding of Bermuda by the England’s Virginia Company in 1609.

 

#StGeorgesHarbour

St. George’s Harbour

Overlooking historic town of St. George’s c1612, Bermuda. Below is Ordinance Island – replica of Deliverence, which the survivors of the Sea Venture built from Bermuda Cedar as he rescue vessel to take them to Jamestown, Va. Top of the mount is Fort George and St. George’s Club. Norwegian Majesty and Zenith are bathed in brilliant morning sunlight.

 

#BermudaReef

Bermuda Reef

Butterfly Fish, Blueheaded Wrasse, Parrotfish, Cow Pollies on a Bermuda reef. Queen Parrotfish Scarus vetula based on a supermale (orange head) who lived near Nonsuch Island.

 

#All

Joan Kathleen Aspinall-Haggstrom, Bermuda born artist, creates a line of art with Bermuda scenes that explode with the vivid colours that so portray our island. Joan is a highly qualified and trained textile artist who lets her art depict her heritage in bold splashes of colour, and vivid fantasy worlds of fish, flowers, frogs and lizards and she has taken this bold palette into the realm of scenery. Her art is imaginative and fanciful. She studied in New York at the Art Student League under Leslie Tillett, world famous textile designer.