OAS/GNT Sustainable Heritage Endorsement ProgrammePHOTOVOICE PROMPT #3: The Things Tourists Never See
What do you see here? (Addressed to the whole group)
Steel door, moulded structure. Land in the background
A mud oven. A small opening with some “wear and tear.” Wood by the side. It’s functioning.
A cat – skin it and bake it.
Why did you take this photo? (Addressed to the photographer)
This was used long ago to make bread and cakes. People (tourists) don’t see this of mud oven anymore, but my grandmother used this all the time.
What is really happening here? (Addressed to the whole group—alternatively what does the photograph represent?)
It’s part of our past and history.
Everything for tourists is modern, so they’re not accustomed to this.
This is creative and will surprise them.
This is related to Amerindian history.
PHOTO Title: A Taste from the Past
Photograph Location: La Potrie, St. Andrew’s
Photographer: Kenisha La Pompe
Credit Line: Spicediva