PHOTOWALKS: Through the years - Through the Lens, 2010-2020 Volume 3

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PHOTOWALKS THROUGH THE YEARS - THROUGH THE LENS

2010 - 2020

VOLUME 3


GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FACEBOOK GROUP All images are the copyright of the respective photographers. No image may be used without the permission of the respective photographer. No part of this book may be reproduced. This publication is not-for-profit. Cover photograph by Michael C. Lam.


GUYANA

PHOTOGRAPHERS FACEBOOK GROUP

PHOTOWALKS THROUGH THE YEARS - THROUGH THE LENS

2010 - 2020

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PHOTOWALKS: Through the Years - Through the Lens, Volume 3 is curated and edited by Fidal Bassier, Taijrani Rampersaud, and Michael C. Lam as one of three virtual books focusing on past activities in observance of the GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ 10th Anniversary. Published by VISIONS Publication date: August 8, 2020

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Introduction On July 25, 2020, the Guyana Photographers’ Facebook Group (GP) celebrated a decade of artistic comradery showcasing the beauty of Guyana through photographs. Of course, with such a rich history from ten years of existence, the logical question is – “What next?” Before addressing that question, it is important to trace the history of the photography focused competitions and exhibitions in Guyana. The Guyana Visual Arts Competition and Exhibition (GVACE) is a biennial event in the country which focused on painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and textiles before introducing photography to that list in 2012. From that year, the following three instalments (2014, 2017, 2019) have had strong entries in this category. In 2012, the first Capture Guyana – Mashramani Photography Competition 2014 was launched. This competition was different from the GVACE in that it focused solely on attributes specific to photography instead of art in general. This much welcomed competition was set to make a second appearance in 2016; however, this did not happen. The result was the conceptualization and creation of a photography exhibition organized by photographers. In 2016, Visions was launched through the hard work of Michael C. Lam and Karran Sahadeo. To ensure these two exhibitions – GVACE and Visions, do not coincide, the second instalment of Visions was unveiled in 2018 with the third planned for later 2020. Now that Visions has been given some context, the “What next?” question can be addressed. As a social unit, the Guyana Photographers’ Facebook Group has been able to contribute to the growth of this artform in Guyana. From being affiliated with photography related events such as competitions and exhibitions, and maintaining strong links with similar Facebook groups, such as Street Photography in Guyana, Guyana Nature and Wildlife Photography, and Guyana Mobile Photographers, GP has truly been a strong leader in this sector. As such, it is the aim to formally register Visions as the photographic society in Guyana – the first such group since the British Guiana Photographic Society. We trust that the support shown to the social group will be extended by all our stakeholders in the future. Thank you for taking this journey with us so far and we hope that you enjoy this final volume of Photowalks: Through the Years – Through the Lens, 2010-2020. Taijrani Rampersaud, Fidal Bassier, and Michael C. Lam


Linden Linden is beautiful mixture of photographic delights: hills, water bodies, people, nature, and, of course, mining machinery as it is fondly dubbed The Mining Town. While the first walk was focused on photographing the sunrise from the hilly area near the Blue Lake, this walk focused on exploring more of Linden. From beautiful landscapes and waterscapes, to portraits and wildlife photography, please enjoy our exploration of this beautiful location.

© Michael Jackson

25 - Linden

April 06, 2014

© Azikiwé Ziggy Denheart

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© Michael Jackson

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© Angela Singh

© Azikiwé Ziggy Denheart

April 06, 2014

© Angela Singh

© Michael Jackson

© Ronald Nandlall

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

25 - Linden

© Neilon A. Dias

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© Azikiwé Ziggy Denheart

© Azikiwé Ziggy Denheart

© Ronald Nandlall

25 - Linden

April 06, 2014

© Neilon A. Dias

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© Neilon A. Dias

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© Neilon A. Dias

© Azikiwé Ziggy Denheart

© Michael Jackson

© Azikiwé Ziggy Denheart

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25 - Linden

April 06, 2014

© Neilon A. Dias

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© Brian Gomes

25 - Linden

April 06, 2014

© Neilon A. Dias

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© Azikiwé Ziggy Denheart

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© Neilon A. Dias

25 - Linden

(L-R): Neilon A. Dias, Angela Singh, Umbrella Girl, Brian Gomes, Kwesi Isles, Michael Jackson, Ronald Nandlall Picture by Azikiwé Ziggy Denheart

April 06, 2014

© Azikiwé Ziggy Denheart

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

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Berbice Berbice, known as The Ancient County, has always been a location we thought about visiting. However, due to the distance from Georgetown – a more common meeting spot, it took some time to undertake this road trip along the East Coast and over the Berbice River. Comprising about four vehicles and 12 photographers, we stopped at a koker to observe the morning life of the fishermen, visited an old stelling, drove through New Amsterdam Town, checked out an afternoon at the beach, and reached the house with 100 windows for the beginning of sunset. From animals and people to fields and beautiful architecture, Berbice possess a charm unlike Demerara and Essequibo. From sunrise to sunset, we thoroughly enjoyed this day trip to Berbice.

26 - Berbice

April 27, 2014

© Taijrani Rampersaud

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© Girendra Persaud

GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FACEBOOK GROUP


© Ubrina Khan

© Angela Singh

© Shiv Dindyal

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

April 27, 2014

© Michael Jackson

26 - Berbice

© Ubrina Khan

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© Girendra Persaud

© Ronald Nandlall

© Neilon A. Dias

26 - Berbice

April 27, 2014

© Michael Jackson

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© Ronald Nandlall

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© Michael Jackson

© Taijrani Rampersaud

April 27, 2014

© Michael Jackson

© Ryan A. Beharry

© Neilon A. Dias

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26 - Berbice

© Angels Singh

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© Michael jackson

© Shiv Dindyal

© Kenny Harrinaraine

26 - Berbice

April 27, 2014

© Michael Jackson

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© Ryan A. Beharry

© Girendra Persaud

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© Ubrina Khan

© Girendra Persaud

April 27, 2014

© Neilon A. Dias

© Angela Singh

© Ubrina Khan

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26 - Berbice

© Ryan A. Beharry

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© Parmanand Singh Roopnaraine

© Taijrani Rampersaud

26 - Berbice

April 27, 2014

© Michael Jackson

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© Neilon A. Dias

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(L-R): Diane Nandlall, Ronald Nandlall, Michael Jackson, Shiv Dindyal, Ryan Beharry, Parmanand Singh Roopnaraine, Taijrani Rampersaud, Nyall Jodhan, Radha Jodhan, Anusha Jodhan, Angela Singh, Nielon A. Dias PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

26 - Berbice

April 27, 2014

Š Girendra Persaud

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Vreed-en-Hoop Guyana has two seasons – rainy and sunny. As a tropical location, Guyanese benefit from one of these seasons usually. On this afternoon walk, we were greeted by the rain nothing close to a thunderstorm but still heavy enough that we had to seek shelter several times. However, we were not going let this dampen our aim of walking along the old jetty through Plastic City – it was a new and wonderful location. Also, catching some beautiful images at twilight of the Demerara River from the Vreed-en-Hoop stelling was a nice end to the day. From traffic jams and slippery surfaces, we conquered the weather to present you with these few gems. (Yes, our equipment were protected when it rained.)

27 - Vreed-en-Hoop

May 31, 2014

© Karran Sahadeo

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© Taijrani Rampersaud

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© Taijrani Rampersaud

© Ronald Nandlall

© Karran Sahadeo

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

27 - Vreed-en-Hoop

May 31, 2014

© Taijrani Rampersaud

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© Michael Jackson

© Savita Balkaran

© Kenny Harrinaraine

27 - Vreed-en-Hoop

May 31, 2014

© Savita Balkaran

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© Michael Jackson

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© Karran Sahadeo

© Ronald Nandlall

(Standing, L-R): Ronald Nandlall, Kenny Harrinaraine, Savita Balkaran, Michael Jackson, Karran Sahadeo; (Sitting: L-R): Taijrani Rampersaud, Ryan Beharry PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

27 - Vreed-en-Hoop

May 31, 2014

© Taijrani Rampersaud

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Pandama Winery In Guyana, rum is immensely popular. However, over the last two decade or so, another type of beverage appealing to a different audience entered our market on a larger scale – wine. While there is a history of homemade wines (such as jamun wine) being made for small, household consumption, Pandama Winery caters to the wider population. Many connoisseurs visiting the location have shared the scenic area around the winery, so, of course we had to plan a walk. We thoroughly enjoyed this trip through savannah like fields, forest, and hills. Through getting stuck in the sand to exploring the trails around the winery, we present this diverse set of images. (For those wondering, yes, some of us adults tasted the wines. We support local!)

28 - Pandama Winery

July 07, 2014

© Savita Balkaran

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© Taijrani Rampersaud

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© Fidal Bassier

© Taijrani Rampersaud

© Kenny Harrinaraine

© Ronald Nandlall

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

28 - Pandama Winery

July 07, 2014

© Kenny Harrinaraine

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© Nikhil Ramkarran

© Savita Balkaran

© Ian Rogers

28 - Pandama Winery

July 07, 2014

© Fidal Bassier

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© Savita Balkaran

© Michael Jackson

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© Ryan A. Beharry

© Kenny Harrinaraine

© Michael Jackson

© Taijrani Rampersaud

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

28 - Pandama Winery

July 07, 2014

© Fidal Bassier

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© Nikhil Ramkarran

© Michael Jackson

© Nikhil Ramkarran

28 - Pandama Winery

July 07, 2014

© Hema T. Richard

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(L-R): Duane DeLima, Warren Douglas, peeping person, Jamie McDonald, Michael Lam, Parmanand Singh, Nikhil Ramkarran, Angela Singh, Savita Balkarran, Kenny Harinaraine, Raven Dos Santos, Vashti Bipat, Avinash Richard, Roshinee Latchana, Romesh Latchana, Ryan Dos Santos, Vidya Devi Compton, Roshana Mahadeo, Taijrani Rampersaud, Ian Rogers, Ryan Beharry, Ronald Nandlall, Fidal Bassier, Michael Jackson, Baby Boy, Angelina McDonald

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

28 - Pandama Winery

July 07, 2014

Š Ronald Nandlall

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Parika After a slight hiatus from photowalks, we resumed this activity by visiting our preferred type of location which has water, boats, and people. The love of familiar things helped to restart this activity. (Note: Sometimes, photographers get busy with other things in their lives and their art takes a short break.) This walk to Parika was more relaxed and less about taking a lot of photographs. Those attending simply enjoyed a lovely drive along the West Coast of Demerara with small stops along the way. Guyana truly is a hidden gem – a wonderful place with lots of inspiring elements, and you can see some representations of this through these few images.

29 - Parika

January 17, 2016

© Robert Henry

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© Girendra Persaud

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© Anthony Sookram

© Anthony Sookram

© Girendra Persaud

© Fidal Bassier

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

29 - Parika

January 17, 2016

© John Persaud

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29 - Parika

January 17, 2016

© Fidal Bassier

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© Anthony Sookram

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(L-R): Girendra Persaud, Charro Nachas, Parmanand Singh Roopnaraine, Robert Henry, Alisa Sookram, Anthony Sookram, Fidal Bassier, John Persaud PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

29 - Parika

January 17, 2016

Š Fidal Bassier

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Better Hope As we started to get back into the grove of photowalks, this exposure to boats, flags, people, mangroves, and seascapes proved to be extremely attractive. Though there are multiple pictures about these subjects, we still managed to capture them from new perspectives. The close-ups and the long shots, the portraits and the seascape all highlight a feeling of peace and serenity that Guyanese experience while at the seawall during the afternoon. Should one ask any coastal dweller for ideal locations to relax in the afternoons, it is almost positive that the seawall or seaside will be mentioned in the top three. For sure, we love it!

© Michael C. Lam

30 - Better Hope

January 22, 2017

© Meshach Pierre

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© Brian Gomes

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© Nikhil Ramkarran

© Kenny Harrinaraine

© Meshach Pierre

© Dione Vanderhyden

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

30 - Better Hope

January 22, 2017

© Junior Pellew

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© Brian Gomes

© Michael Jackson

© Junior Pellew

30 - Better Hope

January 22, 2017

© Dione Vanderhyden

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© Kenny Harrinaraine

© Fidal Bassier

GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FACEBOOK GROUP


© Savita Balkaran

© Kenny Harrinaraine

© Abbas K. Hamid

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

30 - Better Hope

January 22, 2017

© Fidal Bassier

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© Brian Gomes

© Michael Jackson

© Michael Jackson

© Abbas K. Hamid

© Miriam K. Lam

30 - Better Hope

January 22, 2017

© Abbas K. Hamid

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(L-R): unknown, Anthony Sookram, Brian Gomes, Annie Gomes, Meshach Pierre, Junior Pellew, Chu Cassie, Nikhil Ramkarran, Michael C. Lam, Miriam Lam, Savita Balkarran, Christine Dhanram, Dione Vanderhyden, Kenny Harrinaraine, Michael Jackson, Abbas K. Hamid, unknown, Fidal Bassier, R.D. Jackson PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

30 - Better Hope

January 22, 2017

Š Savita Balkaran

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Biodiversity Gardens Sometimes we need a change in scenery – so we go exploring our very abundant biodiversity. This walk was focused on capturing the beauty of the flora and fauna to be found in the city as we strolled through the Biodiversity Gardens. From pretty images featuring the various elements of the garden to the use of various photography techniques, this walk was refreshing as it focused on nature. Remember, love is love, regardless of specie.

31 - Bioiversity Gardens

February 20, 2017

© Dione Vanderhyden

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© Meshach Pierre

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© Dione Vanderhyden

© Stephon Paul

© Meshach Pierre

© Stephon Paul

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

31 - Bioiversity Gardens

February 20, 2017

© Dione Vanderhyden

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31 - Bioiversity Gardens

February 20, 2017

© Girendra Persaud

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© Girendra Persaud

GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FACEBOOK GROUP


© Dione Vanderhyden

© Stephon Paul

© Dione Vanderhyden

© Meshach Pierre

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

31 - Bioiversity Gardens

February 20, 2017

© Stephon Paul

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31 - Bioiversity Gardens

February 20, 2017

© John Persaud

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© John Persaud

(L-R): Stephon Paul, Abbas K. Hamid, Girendra Persaud, John Persaud, Dionne Vanderhyden, Meshach Pierre, unknown, Jason October, Hilton Chand, Angela Singh, Carrie Sutherland

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Unity, Mahaica Our thirty second walk took us to Unity, Mahaica in the afternoon. This was also the first walk to have photographs taken with the use of a drone. The beautiful birds’ eye view photographs provide context about the area explored as they highlight the richness of the trees and fields, the murkiness of the canal from inland to the ocean and the play of light on the land. Unity truly is a beautiful location that still has a nice antique feel coupled nicely with modernity.

© Chris Prashad

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

32 - Unity, Mahaica

September 09, 2017

© Fidal Bassier

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© Fidal Bassier

32 - Unity, Mahaica

September 09, 2017

© Chris Prashad

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© Hosea Higgins

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© Fidal Bassier

© Hosea Higgins

© Hosea Higgins

© Hosea Higgins

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

32 - Unity, Mahaica

September 09, 2017

© Hosea Higgins

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© Chris Prashad

© Chris Prashad

32 - Unity, Mahaica

September 09, 2017

© Hosea Higgins

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(L-R): Hosea Higgins, unknown, Paramanand Gopie, Jennifer Prashad, Chris Prashad, unknown, Raval, Sarah Jordan, Peter Hugh, Fidal Bassier

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Street Photography Street photography highlights photographs of people undertaking everyday tasks. They are mostly unplanned shots which call for a degree of familiarity with our equipment and quick reflexes as the landscape is always changing. These beautiful moments captured in time feature a somewhat normal, rainy afternoon in Georgetown. They highlight the lives of people who work in the city as well as some famous structures.

© Darrell Carpenay

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

33 - Street Photography

© Brian Gomes

April 21, 2018

While some pictures might appear posed for, take a second look and observe the other elements and how they interact with the subject.

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© Michael Jackson

© Marceano Narine

© Michael C. Lam

33 - Street Photography

April 21, 2018

© Jay Carter

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© R. D. Jackson

GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FACEBOOK GROUP


© Michael C. Lam

© Wei J. Wong

April 21, 2018

© Carlyle

© Michael Jackson

© Marceano Narine

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

33 - Street Photography

© Robert Henry

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© Jay Carter

© R. D. Jackson

© Marceano Narine

33 - Street Photography

April 21, 2018

© Wei J. Wong

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© Michael Jackson

GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FACEBOOK GROUP


© Robert Henry

© Marceano Narine

April 21, 2018

© Christina Basil

© Robert Henry

© Darrell Carpenay

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

33 - Street Photography

© Michael C. Lam

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© Darrell Carpenay

© Brian Gomes

33 - Street Photography

April 21, 2018

© Brian Gomes

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© Darrell Carpenay

GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FACEBOOK GROUP


© Brian Gomes

© Brian Gomes

(L-R): Michael Jackson, Darrell Carpenay, Brian Gomes, Kwesi Isles, R. D. Jackson, Michael C. Lam, Carlyle, Marceano Narine, Jay Carter, Christina, Aiesha Scotland, Jamal Anthony Mirris, Koaito Grant, Wei J. Wong PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

33 - Street Photography

April 21, 2018

© Christina Basil

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Parika Yes, another photowalk highlighting Parika. However, once again, some quite different images from the past two. These pictures featured the activities at the stelling with a few other shots taken along the way. From the commuters to those who use the Parika Stelling as port for loading and unloading produce, these pictures highlight yet another aspect of Guyanese life. The Essequibo River - esspecially at this busy spot, is always a lovely area to capture some meaningful and pretty scenes. Enjoy.

© Delano Williams

34 - Parika

May 28, 2018

© Darrell Carpenay

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© Angela Singh

GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FACEBOOK GROUP


© Delano Williams

© Angela Singh

© Darrell Carpenay

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

34 - Parika

May 28, 2018

© Delano Williams

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© Angela Singh

34 - Parika

May 28, 2018

© Darrell Carpenay

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© Darrell Carpenay

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Old Brick Factory This walk to the forsaken Bellu Claybrick Tile Factory at Canal #2 gave us an opportunity to explore photography with a vastly different subject. A few of our photographers have honed their talent for taking out old and sometimes “ugly” structures and making them beautiful. We wanted to attempt this also, while seeing a new location. The detailed and establishing shots of the building and the surroundings provide a multitude of possibilities for us to document. The multiple buildings and styles also give us varying “lighting” to work with. There is always beauty to be found, or a story to tell – one just needs to take a proper look.

© R. D. Jackson

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

34 - Old 35 Parika Brick May Factory 28, 2018

October 01, 2018

© Koaito Grant

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© Kenny Harrinarain

© Koaito Grant

© Michael Jackson

34 - Old Parika May Factory 28, 2018 35 Brick

October 01, 2018

© R. D. Jackson

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© Savita Balkaran

© Arti Singh

GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FACEBOOK GROUP


© Kenny Harrinarain

© R. D. Jackson

© Taijrani Rampersaud

© Kenny Harrinaraine

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

34 - Old 35 Parika Brick May Factory 28, 2018

October 01, 2018

© R. D. Jackson

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© Savita Balkaran

© Raj Bisessar

© Kenny Harrinarain

34 - Old Parika May Factory 28, 2018 35 Brick

October 01, 2018

© Koaito Grant

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© R. D. Jackson

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© Anna Smith

© Koaito Grant

© R. D. Jackson

© Savita Balkaran

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

34 - Old 35 Parika Brick May Factory 28, 2018

October 01, 2018

© Anna Smith

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© R. D. Jackson

© R. D. Jackson

© Arti Singh

34 - Old Parika May Factory 28, 2018 35 Brick

October 01, 2018

© Taijrani Rampersaud

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(Front Row, L-R): Catherine Irvine, Mariea Harrinaraine, Anna Smith, Shiv’s daughter, yellow shirt, R. D. Jackson, Michael Jackson, Kenny Harrinaraine, Savita Balkaran, Taijrani Rampersaud, Rona Duran; (Second Row, L-R): Shiv Dindyal, Raj Bisessar, Angela Singh, Arti Singh; (Third Row, L-R) Michael C. Lam, Hilton Chan, Koaito Grant GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FACEBOOK GROUP


Annandale Seawalls This final photowalk walk for the period 20102020 once again features our much loved seaside. Though few in numbers, the photographs highlight our growth over the years. The pictures of boats with a somewhat moody sky, the use of natural elements to frame subjects, the presence of leading lines and rule of third techniques, and the efficient use of detailed and wide shots to tell stories are very much apparent. Yes, our boats and sea and flags are somewhat redundant, but revisiting the same types of locations and capturing different images every time help us to see our personal growth. Thank you for taking this journey with us through our selections of ten years of images, do join us in making more and better images for our next ten years.

© Michael C. Lam

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

34 - Parika 36 Annandale May 28,Seawalls 2018

May 07, 2019

© Fidal Bassier

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34 - Parika May 28,Seawalls 2018 36 Annandale

May 07, 2019

© Savita Balkaran

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© Shaun Jagdeo

© Michael Jackson

© Michael C. Lam

© Savita Balkaran

© Michael C. Lam

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© Michael C. Lam

© Michael Jackson

© Shaun Jagdeo

© Michael C. Lam

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

May 07, 2019

© Fidal Bassier

34 - Parika 36 Annandale May 28,Seawalls 2018

© Savita Balkaran

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© Savita Balkaran

© Michael C. Lam

© Savita Balkaran

34 - Parika May 28,Seawalls 2018 36 Annandale

May 07, 2019

© Shaun Jagdeo

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© Michael C. Lam

GUYANA PHOTOGRAPHERS’ FACEBOOK GROUP


© Fidal Bassier

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

34 - Parika 36 Annandale May 28,Seawalls 2018

May 07, 2019

© Michael Jackson

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34 - Parika May 28,Seawalls 2018 36 Annandale

May 07, 2019

© Savita Balkaran

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(L-R): Narvana Dayal, Fidal Bassier, Shaun Jagdeo, Michael C. Lam, Savita Balkaran, Michael Jackson

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Album Links Below are the links to the full albums on the Guyana Photographers’ Facebook Page, which contain all the images uploaded by members from the various Photowalks.

25. GP Photo walk #21 – Linden [Apr 06, 2014] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.687565244618195&type=1 26. GP Photo walk #22 – Berbice [Apr 27, 2014] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.697922713582448&type=1 27. GP Photo walk #23 – Vreed-en-hoop [May 31, 2014] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.714985395209513&type=1 28. GP Photo walk #24 – Pandama Winery [July 07, 2014] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.735937836447602&type=1 29. GP Photo walk #25 – Parika [January 17, 2016] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.1021557294552320&type=3 30. GP Photo walk #26 – Better Hope [Jan 22, 2017] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.1384203981620981&type=3 31. GP Photo walk #27 – Biodiversity Gardens [Feb 20, 2017] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.1419360091438703&type=3 32. GP Photo walk #28 – Unity, Mahaica [Sept 9, 2017] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.1669020736472636&type=3 33. GP Photo walk #29 – Street Photography [April 21, 2018] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.1955929591115081&type=3

36. GP Photo walk #32 – Annandale Seawalls [May 7, 2019] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.2686410258067007&type=3

PHOTOWALKS 2010-2020

34 - Parika Links

35. GP Photo walk #31 – Old Brick Factory [Oct 1, 2018] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.2232994093408628&type=3

May 28, 2018

34. GP Photo walk #30 – Parika [May 28, 2018] https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.2004313096276730&type=3

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