The pano is my favorite of these images, The clouds give great detail to the Sky and the blue/green color combination feels very peaceful. I recognize the cane growing from my 70's time on Maui when cane was more important than visitors. There weren't any cows like yours although there were cows & cowboys. I did try the website to find out more about these interesting buildings, but I was scared away by the unsafe warning.
guillaumejm (2019/04/14 20:45:03): It was not a securised site by https : I've changed the link to an other site :).
Interesting images. The LV gives a great overview of this place. Almost a scene to turn a movie. A sugar cane plantation has also this aura for me of the times when slaves were held, someone working hard under the sun while the owners sat in the shade drinking their afternoon tea. We wouldn't know exactely ... but it is definitely interesting to dive into the history of a place and learn about the past during our holidays.
guillaumejm (2019/04/15 19:17:20): There is a lot of things in our history that we must never forget !. And this applies to almost every population . After all depends on what people will consider the past : as a model or as a good exemple of what to do or not .....