St. Mary, Jamaica
The town of Rio Nuevo has historical significance for being the site of the last battle between the invading English and the defending Spaniards who finally had to flee to Cuba. After the English capture, the area around the town of Puerto Santa Maria became known as St. Mary, and the town itself as Port Maria.
Castleton Botanical Gardens, St. Mary, Jamaica, with lush vegetation and mountain range in the background.
The Agualta Vale Great House atop a hill surrounded by palm and other trees. Sheep grazing in a pasture beside a dirt road at the foot of the hill.
Buildings and grounds at the Agualta Vale Estate with the Wag Water River running beside the estate and thick forest stretching in the distance.