The landscape was uniform at one point. I imagined the green carpet of tree crowns intermingled to prevent the sun rays from touching the earth around their moist roots. I could hear them whisper through the wind, “not today…” Then the winds howled and the ground shook. Some of their branches broke and crushed their young, their hearts wailed in agony as they peered out into the distance at the upraised crooked wall of rocks that appeared out of nowhere. The uniformity was broken, children were killed, families forever separated in the name of change.
One lead, the other follow…Out of curiosity, maybe loyalty or could it be a race…a race to a new beginning. Are they explorers seeking glory? To share exciting chatter about the far off lands beyond the river…maybe they will describe the strange creatures sitting in a dead tree that was moving in the river. I wonder what tales these friends might tell…I wonder what the world looks like through their eyes…
Kneeling on the ground, looking up at this tower, which is part of a 19th Century Anglican Church in Guyana, a former Colony of Great Britain, France and Holland. Located in Leguan, an island in the mighty Essequibo River, this marvel is not seen by many. Yet it lies there in a state of slumber, waiting to be awaken by the sound of footsteps traversing its cobwebbed floor.
Welcome to Leguan, the Island of peace and serenity. The people are easygoing and polite, the food is tasty and affordable, and the time moves slowly.
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.
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.
Morning Star glowing brightly in the west as the sun rises in the east. It’s like the “last hurrah” before surrendering to the dawn of a new day. Night gives way to day.