3 Guys in Haiti

Keep at it!

Posted in Haiti by 3guysinhaiti on February 25, 2010

As I was shooting the sunrise along a trial, this woman stopped walking to watch me. After I showed her a few pictures of the sunrise, I ask to take her picture. Showing her the picture, she laughed and said something about needing to fix her hair. I love the way older people in other country’s keep at it till they die. I want to do that! I want to do whatever God has for me, and keep at it! (to be faithful)

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Children in Haiti

Posted in Haiti by 3guysinhaiti on February 23, 2010

Photos by Shelton.

People of Haiti

Posted in Haiti by 3guysinhaiti on February 10, 2010
40mm, F/4, 1/60, ISO400 (Canon 7D 17-40 4L) Copyright Seth Haley

40mm, F/4, shutter speed 1/60, ISO400 (Canon 7D, 17-40mm 4L) Copyright Seth Haley

17mm, F/4, shutter speed 1/80, ISO400 (Canon 7D, 17-40mm 4L) Copyright Seth Haley

50mm, F/1.4, 1/320, ISO1600 (Canon 7D, 50mm 1.4L) Copyright Seth Haley

50mm, F/1.4, shutter speed 1/320, ISO1600 (Canon 7D, 50mm 1.4) Copyright Seth Haley

17mm, F/4, 1/13, ISO1600 (Canon 7D, 17-40mm 4L) Copyright Seth Haley

17mm, F/4 shutter speed 1/13, ISO1600 (Canon 7D, 17-40mm 4L) Copyright Seth Haley

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Posted in Haiti by 3guysinhaiti on February 10, 2010

In the DR on our way home.

Tan!

Posted in Haiti by 3guysinhaiti on February 9, 2010

🙂

A Glimpse of Life in Haiti

Posted in Haiti by 3guysinhaiti on February 9, 2010

A boy recovering from crush wounds at a dorm serving as a hospital. It's so inspiring to see the incredible resilience and spirit many show in the face of such a tragedy.

Truck used by CAM to distribute food, water and other desperately needed aid

The irony of the bed surrounded by the crumbled hotel was poignant - amid all the chaos and upheaval, Haitians must still face life and the immense challenges that await them every morning.

Although the breathtaking country side is in stark contrast to Port-au-Prince in almost every way, it was not left unscathed by the trauma of the earthquake.

Haitians living outside the capital face a whole new set of challenges from the earthquake - landslides, crumbling homes and destroyed crops are daunting obstacles to overcome

Thousands of Haitians who lost their homes are living in tent cities. The living condition is desperate; with no running water and extremely poor sanitation, disease and despair spread quickly.

by Josh

Devastation

Posted in Haiti by 3guysinhaiti on February 8, 2010

Photos in this post by Shelton Eby

Posted in Haiti by 3guysinhaiti on February 8, 2010

City Soleil

Posted in Haiti by 3guysinhaiti on February 8, 2010

iPhone photo of the day.

A tent city on the edge City Soleil.

Haiti!

Posted in Haiti by 3guysinhaiti on February 6, 2010

Hey! Josh, Shelton, and myself (Seth) are here in Haiti. We are having a amazing time helping pass out tarps, and health care packs. Pictures and video coming soon! 🙂