Below are all walker photos that have been uploaded and entered in the 2013 Photo Walk photo contest.
Anthony Keung Fatt
Meet Time: 03:15pm - 05:30pm
Photo Walk Description
St. Joseph, the first capital (San Jose De Oruna) of Trinidad was established on 15th May 1592 by Spanish Conquistador Domingo de Vera, under orders from the Governor Don Antonio de Berrio y Oruna. We meet on the Eastern Main Road, opposite the Jinnah Memorial Mosque in St. Joseph, which was built in 1954, and named after the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-I-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah. Nearby is the site of the old police station. This police station had the distinction of being the place where Governor Arthur Gordon received the very first telegraph on March 4, 1870.. The walk will move north along Abercromby Street, where the Catholic Church can be seen. The church was first built in 1593 and later rebuilt in 1815 and is one of the first 4 buildings erected that made up the first town. Along the way, numerous elements of colonial architecture can be spotted. The walk ends at the First National Park (formerly George Earl Park). This park, named after Councillor Earl (1959 – 1968), is one of the oldest in Trinidad and is the location of a rebellion of the 3rd West Indies Regiment led by former slave, Daaga. At the south western part of the park, there is a silver canon to mark the spot.
Antony Scully is a professional photographer who runs a pair of studios located in Belmont. He started a website dedicated to improving communication between local and regional photographers ( http://www.phototrini.com) and hosts photography workshops with some of the world’s most prominent photographers through Paradise Photo Workshops. Through Phototrini and PPW, he has conducted local training and hosted numerous photographer meetups, including a Kelby Photowalk last year at the Queens Park Savannah, POS.
Antony’s work has been featured in Maco People, Island Style, Zorce, Trinituner.com, numerous advertising campaigns, calendars and on various regional print media.
Antony’s website is http://www.antonyscully.com