Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Camp Carriacou from Above

The Highbrow community will recall my recent description of a camping trip in the Tobago Cays, involving catamarans, scuba diving, statistical analyses of crustation populations, gourmet dining, encounters with turtle poachers, rendezvous with exotic life forms and possible alternative expressions of sentient consciousness... I mentioned, in brief, that our point of departure was Camp Carriacou.  Further accounts of my adventures at Camp Carriacou and the surrounding islands will appear here from time to time.  Today, please enjoy this picture of the camp, taken from a Britten-Norman Islander.
















I estimate this photograph was taken from an altitude of 3500 feet.

Photo credit: Peter Jackson

3 comments:

Rural Architect said...

peter jackson??? as in LOTR???? awesome :)

Carter Kaplan said...

I think the photographer is a different "Peter Jackson." However, both have a flair for capturing the fantastic.

Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

Feet? Ha! I say the altitude is 17,500 toes . . .

Jeffery Hodges

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