Saturday, February 03, 2007

Tents at King George Park

For the love of the game, well security

German made tents

At King George the VI Park in Port of Spain, Trinidad there are a series of white canopies tents that are placed in the field. These types of bleachers are generally put up for the carnival
season to accommodate the number of fetes that take place.

What is remarkable about these tents is that they are clean and have an architectural simplicity that is beauty. The objects quietly stand out against the very green grass and are quite striking. The photographs show how dramatic they look during the day or night.

King George park at night, Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies

At first, these tents were thought to be for the purpose of hosting carnival fetes, but they are actually for the World Cup Cricket security which commences next month.

1 comment:

Thanks to World said...

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Stay tuned Cricket fans....


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