LEFT PHOTO BY: Nadine Eversley RIGHT PHOTO BY: Shameel Hosein – SOFTBOX Studios Ltd.
NATIVEFOTO CONTRIBUTORS: Here we have our amateur photographer Nadine delivering a classy Black and White photo of the famous Temple in the Sea. I still bet that Nadine would have loved to share a Helicopter ride with Shameel to experience what must have been a special view. We look forward to further images from our highlighted Contributors to add to our Local Stock Image database at NativeFoto.com. A good story can help us appreciate what we have captured and frozen, immune from erosion due to the elements of time. Trinidad’s Temple in the Sea is one such story that will not be washed away with the passing tide. Read on to understand why. Read more
PHOTOS BY : Nadine Eversley (NativeFoto Contributor)
Above are the first two Photos uploaded to the NativeFoto Website by Amateur Photographer Nadine Eversley. The picture of a Silk Cotton Tree was taken in the sister island of Tobago, these trees are associated with a rich and foreboding folklore history in T&T. The second photo is that of a resting street dweller within Adam Smith Square, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. Unfortunately, this is still not an uncommon site throughout much of our capital city of Port of Spain. Congrats to Nadine, we look forward following the journey of your camera as you continue to add to our Local Stock Image database at NativeFoto.com .For those of us that love a good story behind a picture then the article below should make for interesting reading 🙂 Read more