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Jamaica's Blue Mountain Mystery

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Photographer Russell Kaye
Guided by legends of an abandoned fortress deep in Jamaica's Blue Mountains, photographer Russell Kaye thrashed about the Rio Grande Valley for two days profiling a countryside that carries the imprint of the Maroons—a society of escaped slaves who battled with colonial armies for more than a century.

Kaye's photographs appear alongside Tom Clynes's article on a jungle trek to the rebel stronghold known as Nanny Town in the September/October 2001 issue of Adventure—and in this online gallery.

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