Sopa, reggae singer from Punta Gorda, at the Waterfire Music Festival August 31.
Shana Rankin, gospel singer from Oak Ridge, at Waterfire.
Bill$ (Billy Avila), of Oak Ridge, performs songs from his new album, Bill$ Reggae Style, at Waterfire.
Brion James on stage at Waterfire.
Fire dancer Paul Abel performs between musical acts at Waterfire.
Cecilia Collins whirls a flaming hula hoop to put the “fire” into Waterfire.
Bill$ on stage at the One Love Reggae Concert at Island Saloon September 1.
Sopa performs at One Love.
Jamaican reggae singer Lovindeer was the headline act at the One Love concert.
Stage dancer at the One Love concert.
Cherish Parker, “Miss Culture,” leads the contingent from the Sandy Bay Alternative School in the Sandy Bay Independence Day parade September 14.
Students from Roberto Stanley School in Sandy Bay in the September 14 parade.
Drummer boy from Stanley School.
Pom-pom girl from Stanley School.
Third-year students in computer tech at Instituto Tecnico Islas de la Bahia (ITIB) wait to join the September 15 parade through Coxen Hole.
Baton twirler in the September 15 parade.
Adding a little island style to the traditional marching band uniforms.
A primary school beauty queen.
Roatan Bilingual School (ESBIR) marching band.
Drum corps from Methodist Bilingual School.
Luisa Trundle School marching band.
Drill team from ITIB.
High-school beauty queens.
Dancing in the streets during the West End Carnival over Independence Day weekend.
A girl in bunny ears and a grass skirt enjoys a “pincho” during West End Carnival.
Crowding around the bandstand at West End Carnival.
Eye candy at the award ceremony for the Roatan International Fishing Tournament September 16.
West End Carnival culminated September 16 with a fireworks display.