Turn around and face north, and you can see why the Delta was so famous for its rich soil. And most of it is a flat, with only a few Indian mounds and some natural river levees to break the horizon.
A few years ago, I photographed this deserted farm workers' house somewhere in Anguilla, but I can't recall the exact location. Many of these isolated houses are now empty and slowly crumbling and decaying. A legacy of our past is disappearing.
2013 photographs taken with a Panasonic G1 camera with 14-45 mm lens, tripod-mounted.