Friday, April 29, 2016

“There are no cars, no modern roads and no streetlights on...



"There are no cars, no modern roads and no streetlights on Sark, one of Britain's channel islands. Home to 600 people, Sark — which is off the coast of Normandy — feels almost stopped in time. For those who need to get around, though, there are bikes, horses and tractors. "One of my mates who loves Enya told me about Sark — Enya wrote a whole album about the island," writes the photographer @jon_tonks, who visited Sark while on assignment for @nytmag. "But I really wanted to go because Sark has a designation as a Dark Sky island, so there's very little light pollution." @jon_tonks took this photo while traveling by boat between the coastal town of Poole and Guernsey, a larger island about an hour from Sark." By nytimes on Instagram.



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