The scenic beauty of the Caribbean islands hardly ever fails to catch the attention of any ardent cricket fan as they engrossingly move with the camera during any cricket match played there.
Batting great Viv Richards has slammed "arrogant" Caribbean administrators for thinking they are as important as players and has laid the blame for the decline of West Indies cricket firmly at their door.
The weather gods give West Indies a lifeline in their quest to avoid defeat in the second Test against India when rain wash out the final session of day three in Kingston, Jamaica on Monday.
Sir Vivian Richards lashes out at the International Cricket Council by saying the governing body has one rule for West Indies and another for the Indian cricket team.
New Zealand swing pair Tim Southee and Trent Boult will look to put the hosts' new-look batting lineup to the sword at the Gabba from Thursday as the tourists chase their first series win in Australia for 30 years.