OAS/GNT Sustainable Heritage Endorsement ProgrammePHOTOVOICE PROMPT #5: Lost & Found
What do you see here? (Addressed to the whole group)
Two men in a stream.
Two guys fishing.
Coconut branch fallen.
River stones, fishing under the stones.
Grass, old wood and branches.
Why did you take this photo? (Addressed to the photographer)
People used to fish more in the river. They hardly do it now but it is coming back a little.
What is really happening here? (Addressed to the whole group—alternatively what does the photograph represent?)
Socialisation, friendship building.
Men fishing means a livelihood, source of income, especially as times are hard.
You can cook “sun crayfish”, turned red and backed by the sun.
In hard times are being faced by people now, they have to go back to the river.
PHOTO Title: Back to the Stream of Livelihood
Photograph Location: Dunfirmline, St. Andrew’s
Photographer: Kathy-Ann Lyons
Credit Line: Kathy-Ann