In 2011 Independence Day was held in the port of Bridgetown since the historic Garrison parade ground, surrounded by buildings dating back to the days when the British Army’s Caribbean contingent was head-quartered in Barbados, was extremely flooded from very heavy rains.

The Zouave uniform, shown in some images below, although initially used in Barbados in the late 1850’s but not officially sanctioned until almost 100 years later.  The Barbados Defence Force is one of two regiments in the world that wear this uniform, the other being Jamaican.

Please enjoy a selection of photographs from 30th November 2011.

Jeremy

Jeremy is a consultant, educator and photographer based in the Caribbean. He shoots an eclectic range of material, but his favorite subjects are urban and seascapes, people and aircraft. He mixes his love of technology and travel with photography. Following a brief post college hiatus he picked up a camera again in 2003 and has been shooting ever since. You may view his work on his website


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