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Labadee, Haiti last March.
Images are from a 2014 trip to Saint-Louis-du-Nord, Haiti, sponsored by Northwest Haiti Christian Mission.www.nwhcm.org. Photos by Roy Harryman.
Images from the devastation caused by the earthquake in Haiti.
Donate to the American Red Cross International Response Fund: www.redcross.org
Please credit Matthew Marek/American Red Cross
There's a reason they're called Great...
Two earlier versions of the castle appears in this Haiti set, but this is the version that ended up at the exhibition.
These days I'm back in Haiti for a second time. It is going to be different in many ways, but I'll keep my camera around. I'm trying to "finish off" the first round but don't know if I'll succeed.
the central plateau of haiti is rolling farm fields. it’s also the part of the county in deepest poverty. people in need of food, clean water, and medicine. yet people abundant in kindness, beauty, and grace. mornings were beautiful: sounds of farmers, roosters, and cows; sights of sun rising over fog-covered hills. this place—these people—stay with me, deep in my heart.
Off the coast of Labadee Haiti.
Explored Feb. 24, 2009 Highest position 412. Thanks all.
"A sociedade organizada pode ser protagonista de sua transformação. Neste espírito, a fortalecer os laços que unem a comunidade, podemos encontrar as soluções para os graves problemas sociais." ( Trecho do discurso que Zilda Arns levou ao Haiti, minutos antes do terremoto)
En ce jour, j' ai une pensée pour Isabelle, et sa famille en Haiti.
Pensées aussi à ce peuple meurtrit, par ce terrible cataclisme.
** L' Homme ne sera jamais rien face à la puissance de la Nature **
On this day, I have a thought for Isabelle and her family in Haiti.
Thoughts as to what people bruised by this terrible cataclysm.
** The Man will never face the power of Nature **
Unos niños, huérfanos tras el terremoto que devastó la Haití, esperan ayuda humanitaria mientras juegan a las puertas de uno de las docenas de orfanatos que surgieron tras el terremoto que mató a más de 200.000 personas en la isla.
Ariel Marinkovic C.
Orfanato en haití
(((MÁXIMA CALIDAD DISPONIBLE))) HAI06. PUERTO PRÍNCIPE (HAITÍ), 12/01/2010.- Fotografía cedida por Radioteleginenhaiti.com hoy, martes 12 de enero de 2010, que muestra a varias personas que cargan a una víctima en Puerto Príncipe (Haití), tras el sismo de 7 grados de la escala Richter que sacudió al país más pobre de América, con consecuencias potencialmente "catastróficas", aunque todavía poco conocidas dado que las comunicaciones con el país están cortadas. EFE/Radioteleginenhaiti.com/SOLO USO EDITORIAL/NO VENTAS
© Kees Smans
Dear Friends you can bid on this print by announcing your bid and the amount in the comments, the last person to comment with the highest bid before midnight GMT on 26 January 2010 will win the print.
Please see for more info below....
I uploaded this image in the past to flickr www.flickr.com/photos/keesssss/139285353/in/set-721576222... and uploaded now again to offer this image for auction for the Charity Print Auction for Haiti. See the CPA group for more details: www.flickr.com/groups/charityprintauctions/
How it works:
1) You may bid on this print by announcing your bid and the amount in the comments.
2) The last person to comment with the highest bid before midnight GMT on 26 January 2010 will win the print.
3) I will pay for the signed (by me) print (40" x 40") ) to be produced and postage to the winning bidder.
4) The winning bidder will go and donate their winning amount to the Red Cross:
www.redcross.org.uk/emergencysite/default.aspx?id=88916 and take a screenshot of the confirmation of their donation and email to me for proof that they've paid.
A Leogane boy plays with an old camera.
You can text “HAITI” to 90999 to donate $10 to American Red Cross relief for Haiti.
Está claro que las catástrofes naturales pasan, pero lo que duele más es cuando ocurre en lugares sin los medios para superarlas. :(
Last Light -Cardiff by the Sea, California
I'm auctioning a 11x14 inch size print of this image to help the people of Haiti.
It will be printed on Printed on Fuji Crystal Archive professional-grade paper.
Please leave a comment with your offer. It will be nice if you only comment if you wish to bid, thanks.
WANT TO BID - BUT YOU DON'T HAVE A FLICKR ACCOUNT?
Please just email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a bid and I will place the bid in the comments on your behalf.
The auction will close on the date set in the thread, in the case of the Haiti Earthquake Appeal, it will finish on Sunday 24th January 2010 at midnight GMT.
At this time, the person who wrote the highest amount will have to give this amount to the Red Cross:
When they do this, they MUST make a screen grab of the donation confirmation page to send to me. This is the only way I will know that you have paid and can arrange for the print to be sent to you.
I will pay for the print to be produced and pay for shipping. That way, all of your donation goes straight to the cause.
For more information on this:
CPA - CHARITY PRINT AUCTIONS
for the Haiti Earthquake Appeal.
(This picture was taken on last October.)
Pensées pour Haïti.
Thoughts for Haïti
I was in Haïti last october and took that picture from the hotel I was in, by the way it was the Montana Hotel, up in Petionville, thinking: "I hope they never get an earthquake !"
I really hope today that no one up there was injured as we're all waiting for news after hearing about the earthquake.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — The largest earthquake to hit Haiti in more than 200 years rocked the Caribbean nation Tuesday, collapsing a hospital where people screamed for help and heavily damaging other buildings. U.S. officials reported bodies lying in the streets and an aid official described "total disaster and chaos."
Communications were widely disrupted, making it impossible to get a full picture of damage as powerful aftershocks shook a desperately poor country where many buildings are flimsy. Electricity was out in some places.
On Explore # 24 on Sept 15th
Ah, Island of despair…
The long suffering stepchild of
and forgotten peoples
is our shame,
I fear the checkmate
is upon you…
We all must try and make a masterful
and play the endgame
to your advantage.
Striving to bring you back…
to an island
Advertising in Haiti is very much handmade and local. There are no traces of chains or other corporations. While this can be refreshing, "private morgues" are a grim reminder of the lack of public infrastructure. If your loved one dies, who knows what happens in the public morgue.
A street market in Haiti, following the earthquake destruction. Photo taken in Carrefour Feuille, Port-au-Prince, near a Red Cross mobile clinic.
Photo: American Red Cross/Chloe Gans-Rugebregt
To find out more about the Red Cross response to the earthquake in Haiti, visit our Disaster Online Newsroom.
To donate visit www.redcross.org
You may use these photos but please provide proper attribution.