Now we are in Georgetown - the capital of Guyana. We are constantly warned that it's a dangerous city - by the people we are living with, by the people we meet, by the stories in the newspapers, and by the guide book we brought. It actually feels ok wandering around with empty pockets - but I'm not getting out with the camera much.
We took a walk to the nearby Georgetown Cathedral - the tallest wooden building in the world, so we are told - and I hid the camera in an old bag... As the sun set, and the moon drifted overhead I took this picture of the west entrance.
I hope to use the moon again in a few days - it's waxing, and the skies are so clear - just keeping an eye out for a close-by, safe view!