One thing that's unique to Bermuda is the white roofs. The roofs are slate that have been whitewashed. There are a lot of laws and regulations about the roofs in Bermuda; essentially, stepped slates mortared in place and painted white, the better to catch the rain for the fresh water supply. Bermuda has no fresh water source, except rainwater, so they heavily regulated roofs. Everyone, rich, poor, residence or business has a white roof, every structure. Here are some white roof shots from this year and past years.
Even buildings over 200 years old.
The is the Governor's House.
This year we saw goats frolicking on the grounds, but I didn't "catch" any.
Thanks for stopping by and sharing my life with me,