Monday, October 31, 2011

photos - various - part 2

Jerry is a famous graffiti artist. He has portraits of life in Haiti spray-painted in different areas of the city. This photo shows a horse sitting on a toilet and crying. The image fits this picture. All the garbage you see is beside a dumpster. Pray that the government can come up with a garbage removal plan.
We drove through another area on the outskirts of the city and it was a different scenery. We followed behind this open panel truck that had people sitting inside it.
The road we headed down was in the Croix -des-Missions area near the Barbancourt rum factory. In the distance you can see a refuge camp. A man was sifting sand into a wheelbarrow.
A few boys were playing marbles near a tin shack.
The area was green! And a lot cleaner than the downtown area of Port-au-Prince. Lots of bananas were growing.

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