Photos of the Day: May 4,2020


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 [email protected] with the caption “Photo of the Day” and we will pick one photo each day to feature, with a few sentences about the photographer.

The TT Electricity Commission reopened its doors to customers on Monday. T&TEC police were seen checking customers’ temperature as part of their anti-covid19 measures at the Cipero Street, San Fernando, branch. – Marvin Hamilton
“Shine like no one is looking.” Captured by nature lover and amateur photographer  Ayana Franklin
Short-crop farmer Vonrick Graham shows off his flowering zucchini plant at his home on Saturday. Graham believes more people can grow their own food during the pandemic. – ROGER JACOB
Safety Nut: Photo submitted by Leigh Morton.
Breaking Dawn. Garbage collector Adrian Seepersad and Newsday’s photojournalist Angelo Marcelle, right, collect bags of garbage in Phase 3, Malabar. – Fabian Birch
Pied Water-Tyrant, seen in Chaguanas. I’m a nature lover and also love photography. – Renwin Jacob
Aerial view of Fort George, St James. – Jason White
A poui tree in full bloom, along the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway – Vashti Singh
Members of the scuba diving group Explorers of the Deep embark on their first covid19 hamper drive. The team distributed 50 hampers in South Trinidad on Sunday. – courtesy Zameer Rahaman


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