Rain almost washed away all of the festivities for Divali 2015 in Trinidad and Tobago. Although the Hindu festival of light was celebrated in many places in the world yesterday, November 11, the main day and public holiday in T&T was Tuesday November 10. Generally homes light the small clay pots called deyas, filled with coconut oil and cotton wicks, often placed on wonderful frames shaped out of bamboo. However, there were barely any deyas last night. Luckily a few places, like Felicity in Chaguanas – a village in central Trinidad heavily populated by Hindus, there were tons of electric lights and lanterns, which made for beautiful scenes. For more images see the Studio Lafoncette Facebook page and look for updates as more photos are posted.