Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies, 1999
Photograph by David Alan Harvey
Sunlight filters over the forested seaside cliffs of Trinidad and Tobago. The Caribbean islands, which lie just beyond the tail end of the Windward Antilles, are a study in contrasts. Densely populated Trinidad is an industrial giant with a thriving nightlife; a two-hour ferry ride away, Tobago is a relatively undeveloped, easygoing island that specializes in relaxation.
(Photo shot on assignment for, but not published in, "Limin' Time," September 1999, National Geographic Traveler magazine)