St. John: Recent Images

Hello everyone and happy Monday! Today’s story is simple. We’re going to share some recent photos of the island. I took out a couple from Boston on an island tour a few weeks back, one who happened to be a photographer. We visited many places around the island, and William Mann, captured a good deal of our tour. Today I’d like to share some of his images with you. It’s amazing how far our island has come in the past six months. See for yourselves.

Cinnamon Bay
Cinnamon Bay
mann maho francis
Francis and Maho bays
mann annaberg
The sugar mill at Annaberg
Annaberg and Mary Creek
Annaberg and Mary Creek
Coral Bay and beyond
Coral Bay and beyond
Showing the linemen some love at Pickles
Showing the linemen some love at Pickles
Some of my favorite residents
Some of my favorite residents
Ram Head
Ram Head
Inside the sugar mill at Catherineberg
Inside the sugar mill at Catherineberg
Cruz Bay from Pocket Money Lane
Cruz Bay from Pocket Money Lane
Cruz Bay at night
Cruz Bay at night

Amazing pics, aren’t they? We’ve said it before, and we will say it again. St. John is open for business. We may be a tad bent, but we are nowhere near broken. Please visit us soon if you can.

To see more of Will’s images, please check out his website here.

9 thoughts on “St. John: Recent Images”

  1. I have land in Coral Bay. I have been sharing articles to promote the island. Go visit beautiful St John. They need you to visit!

  2. Jenn,

    I clicked on the link for William Mann’s website.
    If you click on the word “Fundraiser” on the top right, it takes you to page a page with the following (pasted from website):

    “The top two images were taken in the USVI earlier this year. When you purchase one (or more) of these photos, or any other photos on this site, we’ll donate all proceeds to local organizations that are directly involved with the rescue”

    It list the various St. John organizations that will be recipients.
    The photos are stunning.

  3. Just wondering, after Bill Clinton’s visit, what did the Clinton Foundation to help the island out? Did they help the school out? I sure hope so! Thank you and Bless you all! We will see you in January!

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