Hmmm…curves you say? How many ?
I stand alone, dare to thrive where others fell. I do not boast nor brag about this feat because alas, I am alone. The clouds gathered above in angry consort, enraged by my defiance and refusal to bend. A healthy root system and an unyielding trunk, I shall not be moved. Yea they come against me with chains of destruction, I shall stand with my leaves ready, ready to launch counter attacks defend by home. Yes it is I, the one who stands alone.
St. Peter’s Anglican Church was originally constructed in 1827, however, this current structure was established in 1855. Located on the relatively serene island of Leguan, this church draws an air of mystique and uneasiness. Graves offer their salutations as one enters the periphery of the church estate and a dead calm permeates the atmosphere…no pun intended.
Perhaps I was tired, perhaps it was the hour of the day…maybe it was the trees or the homes that hid among them. Something felt magical as I gazed into this grove, thinking of hidden kingdoms and micro wars. The guardian trees stood ready to fight against the forces of the dark night.
Claiming a spot for themselves, these shrubs interrupt the gentle rolling hills of grass. Unique in form, they decorate the landscape, appearing like blotches on a smooth surface. Thrown out by the patches of forests and unwanted by the grasses, they live a life of solitude, longing for a place to belong.
Bat Mountain is located in the Southern Region of Guyana, South America. Imposing in appearance and wondrous to behold, Bat Mountain produces and aura of mystique and tranquility. This ancient landscape is fertile ground for one’s prehistoric presumptions.
Karaudanawa is an Amerindian Village in the Southern Rupununi Region of Guyana. This region is known for its picturesque landscapes and serene atmosphere.
This bridge is located in the Madewini Resort compound. A truly peaceful place to enjoy a relaxing day. Calm and serene is an understatement when it comes to this place.