Small Cockburn Town, on the island of Grand Turk, is the capitol of the Turks and Caicos Islands. A small sparsely populated island, we visited it one day during a Carribean cruise.
One building that caught my eye along Front Street, on the waterfront, was this small Anglican Church. Built in 1899, and having survived hurricanes, it has a pleasing look. With its fresh white-painted walls contrasted by its red shutters and trim, St. Mary the Virgin is a colorful landmark. As I was snapping photos of the church, a horse-drawn carriage passed us. A reminder that life on this island definitely moves at a slower pace.
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