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October - December 2008 lime 31 Photo competition rules The contest is only open to amateur photographers ( being anyone who earns less than 10% of their income from photography). Employees of LIAT, Travel Africa Ltd, Zest Publishing Inc or any of the promoters are not elegible to enter. All photos must have been taken in the Caribbean. Submit ONLY digital images or unframed prints, all of which must be clearly labelled with photographers name and contact details. You may submit up to a maximum of 10 images per person. Entries to this category must be submitted before February 20, 2009. All entries will be judged on content and quality, and the judges decision will be final. By submitting entries, you agree that Travel Africa Ltd / Zest Publishing Inc has the right to publish your photos in any medium without compensation. A full set of rules and terms and conditions appear on www. lime- magazine. com Alexis AndrewsAlexis Andrews Alexis Andrews' top tips for great marine photography " In these times, when we are saturated with imagery all day long, it is the photographs that have originality that stand out. There are ( at least) three basic things that can help to make an image memorable: Subject: dramatic content. Colour: certain colours are arresting in print – for example, reds and blues always stand out when used together as they are opposites in the colour spectrum. Photographic style: this can be an unusual angle or lens usage. When taking pictures it can be helpful to try and think through these steps: Does the subject have interest? Will the colours jump out? Which lens will increase the situation's dramatic content?" ENTER NOW! go to ww. lime-magazine. com for full entry details

ll Though typically beautiful, Trinidad is anything but a typical Caribbean island; its vast oil and gas wealth render it the region's pre- eminent economic power and a burgeoning financial hub, but you get the feeling all its inhabitants really want to do is party. Brit Jason Thompson has made his home in Trinidad, and reflects on the aspects that make the island so appealing – for locals and visitors alike. ISLAND PROFILE 32 lime October - December 2008 the time of your life