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With grief for your loss, with wishes for soon recovery....

 

Première vidéo du séisme d'Haïti

www.youtube.com/watch?v=uT2z4MB445k

 

First videaos:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=-A-sFfpna9o

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfvvB6Y0Z-E

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v

  

14th Jan news:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZG6kq3QnPw&NR

  

Off the coast of Labadee Haiti.

 

Explored Feb. 24, 2009 Highest position 412. Thanks all.

looking fine and fresh with characteristic rusty feather tips... just doesn't want to get the new duds dirty...

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.

14/02/2010

Ariel Marinkovic C.

Orfanato en haití

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 **

 

Domi

  

haiti before the quake

Of course! On the north shore of Haiti, these kestrels seem to prefer coastal acacia scrub near the sea and mangroves

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 (helenasway@aol.com) 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:

www.redcross.org.uk/emergencysite/default.aspx?id=88916

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

www.flickr.com/groups/charityprintauctions/

for the Haiti Earthquake Appeal.

 

The mountains to the south of the 209 years old Citadelle in the early morning... built by newly freed slaves, the fortress was virtually impregnable. It is the largest stone fortification in the Caribbean...

FOTO de Haití mientras aterrizaba el avión

FOTO: Roberto Suárez

Non ho potuto fare a meno di parlare con i bambini del terribile evento che ha sconvolto Haiti.

Matteo era informatissimo,come sempre.Ha seguito tutti i telegiornali e ne ha parlato con i suoi genitori.

Matteo ha soltanto nove anni ma vi assicuro che è un vero piccolo genio:intelligente e sensibile,dotato di vero talento.

Michelangelo gli ha chiesto di interpretare a modo suo tutto ciò che aveva visto e provato guardando le immagini del terremoto.

Matteo ha cercato ispirazione sui libri,naturalmente la scelta è caduta su Chagall,il suo preferito.

Abbiamo diversi libri su questo artista perchè è un mio antico amore,lui ne ha scelto uno scritto in inglese, motivo per cui non è riuscito a capire le didascalie che accompagnano le foto.Ha scelto d'istinto.Un istinto il suo, che sempre sbalordisce.

Ha scelto di interpretare questa litografia di GEREMIA.

Queste le sue parole:

Si sta chiarendo tra se e se

E' come se stesse pensando a tutti gli sbagli dell'uomo.Soffre per quello che vede.

 

In effetti la storia di GEREMIA ,che Matteo non conosce,ci dice che soffre per quello che accadrà.

Così soffre chi è così duramente colpito da simili eventi.

Il ruggito sordo e inconfondibile che sale dal cuore della terra ,distrugge in un attimo passato e futuro.Il presente resta per sempre sospeso.

Chi resta non perde soltanto beni materiali ma parte fondamentale del suo essere.Il terremoto ha l'oscura forza di cancellare le tracce di quello che si è stati.Questo stato di cose lo si scopre piano piano e più il tempo passa più la ferita si allarga.

Le piccole, talvolta banali cose, che accompagnano la nostra esistenza vengono cancellate, ma restano presenti nella memoria.

Ci si ritrova a cercarle incosciamente,prima o poi.Quando ci si rende conto che quei pezzetti della nostra esistenza sono persi per sempre il dolore si rinnova,come un lutto senza fine.

 

Vogliamo essere vicini alla popolazione di Haiti già duramente provata da condizioni socioeconomiche difficilissime.

Per questo abbiamo deciso di affidare al disegno di Matteo il nostro pensiero,è a parer nostro il modo più vero e innocente di esprimere tutto il nostro sgomento e la nostra vicinanza.

    

NO INVITATION THANKS

 

30 years ago Mones Mondasar's father, established himself as an aluminum cooking pot maker in Port-au-Prince's Cite Soleil, Haiti's largest and most infamous slum. Now 45, Mondasar and his 25 year old son Walnes, continue the tradition producing up to 10 pots a week. It's a small number by modern manufacturing standards, but everything depends on what scrap aluminum can be collected to be melted down and poured into hand made sand molds. The finished product will bring 500 Haitian Gourds each - approximately $12 US - in Port-au-Prince's central market.

 

UN Photo/Nektarios Markogiannis

From August 2010 Trip to Haiti

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HAITÍ

Entre el cielo y el infierno: La vida en la montaña

2 fishing boats off the north coast of Haiti near Mole St Nicolas

As I was going through my images tonight doing some house cleaning I came across these, two of many I took back in January of this year. My wife and I were blessed with the opportunity to meet her Sister and Brother-in-law in Miami at the last minute. We were there to celebrate (and assist in any way possible) with the process of them recieving the 3 children they had been in the very, very long process of adopting. What a weekend, long, exhausting, and oh so amazing.

 

I am not even sure who these girls were but they were in a group of about 100 orphans who had just been liberated earthquake ravaged Port Au Prince. Happy to say my three neices and nephews were among them.

 

Olympus E3, 50-200 SWD, FL50r bounced

DOS (dragonfly on a stick) in Haiti... when the birds are too far away to photograph, the dragons seem to pose...

My heart goes out to the people of Haiti that have been affected by the severe earthquake that happened today.

An estimated crowd of 5000 watch a football match in progress at the Sylvio Cator Stadium in Port-au-Prince between Haiti's under 17 team in and the USA's Cleveland Cavaliers.

On June 13-15, 2017, the Clinton Foundation and J/P Haitian Relief Organization (J/P HRO) brought leaders from the retail, fashion, and fragrance sectors to visit partners in Haiti with the goal of developing new sourcing opportunities and forming new business partnerships with Haitian artisans and entrepreneurs.

 

Here, members of the delegation visit Haiti's largest landfill, Truttier, where Thread International is working to improve conditions for those living in the surrounding communities of Menelas and Molea through its recycling program. Thread International, a certified B-corp, transforms waste from the poorest parts of the world and utilizes it as a resource to create fabric and other useful products. Team Tassy provides wrap around accompaniment to families in the community until they are placed into dignified jobs.

 

The Clinton Foundation has worked with Thread International for more than five years to highlight their impact and connect them with members of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Haiti Action Network to create partnerships that source their socially responsible fabric to create fashion products for international markets. Thanks in part to the CGI forum, Thread International has partnered with global brands such as Timberland and HP that are committed to utilizing recycled content in their products, while ensuring dignified working conditions and human rights of landfill workers. Timberland has purchased yarn made from recycled plastic bottles collected in Haiti for use in its apparel and footwear products, and HP has used recycled plastic in the production of its ink cartridges.

 

Photo Credit: Liam Storrings, J/P HRO.

 

early morning above the Bridge where the Ship Officers are steering us towards Haiti

I'm auctioning this image as 35x35 cm paper print on HP Premium Instant-Dry Satin Photo Paper for the Haïtians. Please leave a comment with your offer in dolars.

 

www.flickr.com/groups/charityprintauctions/

 

If you don't have flickr account, you can mail me your bid - I will place it in the comments on your behalf: bububob@gmail.com

 

Auction ends on 25rd January, 2010 at 12:00 GMT.

  

The winning bidder has to pay that amount to the Red Cross:

www.redcross.org.uk/emergencysite/default.aspx?id=88916 (UK Red Cross)

arc3.convio.net/site/PageServer?pagename=ntld_main&s_... (American Red Cross)

www.cruzroja.es/pls/portal30/portal.donante.donativo (Spanish Red Cross)

  

When they do this, they MUST make a screen grab of the donation confirmation page to send to the photographer. This is the only way the photographer knows 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, so all of your donation goes straight to the cause.

 

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Ofrezco para subasta una impresión de esta foto a 35x35 cm en papel HP Premium Instant-Dry Satin Photo Paper para ayudar a las víctimas del terremoto de Haití. Por favor, si quieres pujar, pon un comentario con la cantidad que desees en DÓLARES (borraré los comentarios que no incluyan ninguna puja para comodidad de todos).

 

Si no tienes cuenta de Flickr, puedes envíarme tu puja y yo la incluiré en los comentarios en tu lugar: bububob@gmail.com

 

La puja acaba el día 25 de Enero del 2010 a las 12:00 GMT (horario español).

 

La puja ganadora debe pagar la cantidad a la Cruz Roja (elige la página de la Cruz Roja que prefieras):

www.cruzroja.es/pls/portal30/portal.donante.donativo (Cruz Roja española)

www.redcross.org.uk/emergencysite/default.aspx?id=88916 (Cruz Roja del Reino Unido)

arc3.convio.net/site/PageServer?pagename=ntld_main&s_... (Cruz Roja americana)

  

Cuando hagáis esto, es IMPORTANTE que realicéis una CAPTURA DE PANTALLA de la confirmación de la donación y enviármela a mi correo (bububob@gmail.com), así sabre que habéis realizado la donación y puedo enviaros ya la impresión.

 

Yo corro con los gastos de producción y envío, así toda la donación va para la causa.

(((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

You can help them too! Please join at Hats for Haiti [Tony's group] :)

 

Thanks for all, guys! I'm going to visit all at night, ok? :D

  

If you want to ask something: formspring me [or you can do it here...whatever] :P

One of those little magic secrets of Haïti is Bassin Bleu, near the city of Jacmel. Don't miss it if you're ever around.

Haiti 2010: Black and white memories...

Haiti 2010: Black and white memories...

Haiti. Amazing! 02/15 - 02/22/17.

Photos by Photographer Courtney Resse. From our Medical Mission Trip to Haiti 2012.

Haiti is so pretty <3

Haiti. Amazing! 02/15 - 02/22/17.

Photos by Photographer Courtney Resse. From our Medical Mission Trip to Haiti 2012.

Haïti, mon pays,

wounded mother I'll never see.

Ma famille set me free.

Throw my ashes into the sea.

 

Mes cousins jamais nés

hantent les nuits de Duvalier.

Rien n'arrete nos esprits.

Guns can't kill what soldiers can't see.

 

In the forest we lie hiding,

unmarked graves where flowers grow.

Hear the soldiers angry yelling,

in the river we will go.

 

Tous les morts-nés forment une armée,

soon we will reclaim the earth.

All the tears and all the bodies

bring about our second birth.

 

Haïti, never free,

n'aie pas peur de sonner l'alarme.

Tes enfants sont partis,

In those days their blood was still warm

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKgbbT8v3pI

 

www.standwithhaiti.org/haiti

Haiti, Red Cross Response, International 2010

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