There’s an old Koker (or sluice) on Camp Road outside of the Guyana Technical Institute that I have been keeping an eye on for months, I always want to stop and photograph it, but most times there are some homeless men or just loafers around it, then at other times, the scene just wasn’t appealing to me. I was accompanying Nikhil as he headed up to David Street to photograph a scene his wife had pointed out to him when I noticed the lighting and the overall scene and asked him to stop so that I could get it at least this once.
I was a bit pressed for time this week, I haven’t processed any of my other images for the week, I took the easy route and did some minor “light” editing in Oloneo for this week’s image.
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Well it’s a pretty unique structure for sure… Love the majestic tree behind it too…
Thanks, the original idea was the structure by itself, but that afternoon the sun lit the entire scene, so I went wide 🙂
It is getting harder and harder as we come down to the closing days of the year to keep these regular posts going. Although I am doing a daily photo and you a weekly, I can’t imagine that it is any easier on you than me. Glad we got to accomplish at least one of your goals though. It is definitely a scene worth revisiting.
Sometimes other things get in the way, the idea is to plod throught it 🙂