Wednesday, January 13, 2010

FACES OF HAITI



Lets remember these beautiful faces of Haiti and offer our prayers for them.



Children, the worlds future.



My husband and I met all of these people while in Haiti a few years ago.



My heart aches for the devestation that has hit their country.
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24 comments:

Beverly said...

Beautiful, Sue.

Hilary said...

Such a horrible situation. I hope that your people with their beautiful faces are not among the losses.

Lily Hydrangea said...

I feel the same way. my son grew up with a boy who has family living there. we are hoping to hear they are OK.
Tonight I saw people on the news having worship on the side of a road somewhere in Haiti, demonstrating the power of their spirit.

Olivier said...

un bel hommage aux peuples d'Haiti....

Vaggelis said...

beautiful captures. really beautiful faces. but earth had other planes. it's so sad

She Writes said...

Once I travel somewhere in the world, I never forget the people. It makes e ache to know something bad is happening to them. I sat at Chinese memorial for Sechuan (sp?) province in China. It was completely in Mandarin, and largely beyond my ability to pick up, but it broke my heart. You know I have a love for China.

macs said...

Are u ok now? I m telling about your Quake..

Sandra said...

thanks for sharing these beautiful faces. we are praying for all of the people in Haiti.

AphotoAday said...

That first photo is incredible...
But the horrors in Haiti are unbelievable...

I think it's about time we stop instigating wars and turn our efforts towards helping humanity...

SD at "Addicted to The Click" said...

I am praying for them often and my heart so goes out to them.

The Pioneer Woman is donating $.10 for every comment she gets to charities that will help the people of Haiti. Just FYI

Wanda said...

My heart is breaking too. YOu photo's reminde me so much of some painting a did from a Wycliff Bible Translator calendar. I may post those.

Rinkly Rimes said...

We are all horrified by what has happened but you must feel it even more, having know these people.

lc said...

Thank you for sharing beauty in the midst of horror. Yes, am praying.

Kansas Bob said...

The news from Haiti is so gut-wrenching and heartbreaking. Thanks for posting these photos.

tsduff said...

I've never been there, but your pictures are as poignant as ever. My heart is broken thinking about that country and its people.

John Roberts said...

your portraits are always so compelling!

your oldest grandaughter said...

I feel so bad for them. I read this morning that they just found a 2 yr. old boy and a 3 month old baby barried alive under the rubble and got them safely out with out any boken bones. I feel so bad, but there is reason why everything happans.

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

I feel so sorry for the people of Haiti.

Ruth said...

Absolutely gorgeous faces and portraits, Sue.

Don's cousin is a missionary there, but thankfully she was in the U.S. when the quake hit. I imagine she wishes she were there though.

Life with Kaishon said...

These faces are so beautiful.

LadyFi said...

Such gorgeous faces. WE do indeed need to support these people in any way we can.

Daryl said...

Beautiful ..
Congrats on POTW mention from Hilary

TSannie said...

Beautiful photos...I hope they're all alive.

Dianne said...

beautiful faces indeed
lovely post, thank you for sharing the people you met

I hope they are all OK