Lights in the city of Bridgetown

The story of the Bridgetown Christmas trees unfolds: I discovered these lights on trees sprinkled in pockets around the capital city, and started taking the photos  you’ll see in this post.

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Each of the trees represents an island or country, and is pretty in its own way. This one’s reppin’ “Botswana.” 
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Clusters of uniquely decorated trees appear in Independence Square, across the bridge of yatchts by the Careenage over by the Nelson statue, in Jubilee Gardens, and by the Post Office by Cheapside Market.
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South Africa
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St. Lucia
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St. Kitts & Nevis
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The beautiful displays were like gifts placed along the way as passersby and drivers journeyed through a busy city.

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