Photos of the Day: June 18, 2020


Newsday photographers captured some of these images reflecting the past 24 hours in Trinidad and Tobago. Other photos were submitted by readers like you.

If you’d like to be featured in our daily photo galleries, please e-mail us a photo to with the caption “Photo of the Day” and we will pick one photo each day to feature, with a few sentences about the photographer.


A taxi driver at Curepe Junction proudly sports his “no mask, no ride” sign, which he says he strictly enforces. He said his passengers have been equally split in positive and negative reactions to the new policy. – Paula Lindo
View of the gloomy city as the tropical wave passes over, from the top of Chancellor Hill pines. -Jon Mahabir
Please see attached, a photograph to be featured in the daily newspapers for the “Photo of the Day” section. Thanking you in advance for your consideration. -Rhoda Paul
Scenic photographer.Shot of Sour sop taken from my back yard in McBean Village. -Rone Singh
A woman secures her belongings on one of the stairways to enter the East Dry River. Rising water forced her and others to evacuate the area. – Angelo Marcelle

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