I'm working on a project photographing colonial era sugar mill ruins in the Caribbean.
The past 2 winters I've camped on St John USVI for a week or 2 photographing the ruins there. A pretty rich selection because the national park has preserved them from the developers. I'm looking to expand the location to other islands, thinking Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Barbados because there were large numbers of plantations there at one time. But I'm having a hard time finding current information about if there are many ruins left on these island. I'm particularly looking for ruins that have NOT been reconditioned, or only minimally so.
Any thoughts on locations? I've been told that Nevis and St Kitts might be good.
Here are some sample images from St John. Looking for similar ruins at other locations. http://www.oboylephoto.com/plantations/index.htm