Manzanilla untouched

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WITH so many people forced into their homes by stay-at-home measures enacted to slow the spread of covid19, nature – the land, sea, rivers, flora and fauna – has had a chance to “breathe” over the last few weeks in Trinidad and Tobago.

Newsday Chief Photographer Jeff K Mayers visited Manzanilla last week and was able to capture images of the untouched countryside.

Sargassum seaweed piles up on a ramp that gives beach access to the disabled at the, otherwise deserted, Manzanilla Beach Facility last Wednesday. – JEFF K MAYERS
Sargassum seaweed piles up on a ramp that gives beach access to the disabled at the, otherwise deserted, Manzanilla Beach Facility last Wednesday. – JEFF K MAYERS
A close-up of the sargassum seaweed that now covers the Manzanilla Beach, taken last Wednesday. – JEFF K MAYERS
A long stretch of Manzanilla Beach remains unoccupied as people are forced into their homes by stay-at-home measures enacted to slow the spread of covid19. The beach is covered in sargassum seaweed. – Jeff Mayers

 

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