With the advent of the covid19 global pandemic in 2020, the people of Tobago and those of Trinidad have been forced to endure significant changes as several measures have been implemented to slow the spread of the virus.
As of now, while beaches have been reopened for recreational use, rivers, waterparks and other waterways have not.
Newsday, however, has not forgotten our readers and, as such, has made a brief return to our "untouched" series to visit one of the most beautiful natural destinations on the island of Tobago.
Our chief photographer Jeff K Mayers was able to visit and capture images of an untouched Argyle Falls in Roxborough on February 1.
For memories of what our country can look like when given some "breathing room," please visit the links below:
• Newsday Chief Photographer Jeff K Mayers visited Manzanilla Beach on April 15, 2020
• Mayers also visited Macqueripe Bay on April 24, 2020
• Newsday photographer Roger Jacob visited Caura River on April 30, 2020
• Jacob also visited the Mermaid Pool in Matura on May 7, 2020
• Newsday photographer Lincoln Holder visited the The Sewdass Sadhu Shiva Mandir Temple in the Sea, Waterloo, on May 6, 2020
• Mayers and Newsday photographer Marvin Hamilton spent time at Icacos Village on May 7 and 14, 2020 respectively
• Mayers also explored Chaguaramas on April 24, 2020
• Mayers also took his camera with him to the Caroni Bird Sanctuary on June 10, 2020
• Mayers visited the Royal Botanic Gardens, Port of Spain on June 19, 2020