This road above Port-au-Prince, Haiti, leads to the nineteenth-century Fort Jacques

While much of Haiti is dirty and covered in trash and very poor. Seen in this picture above is the capital of Haiti (Port-au-Prince)

Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The pretty colours are a mask for the challenges facing the Jalousie slum in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The neighbourhood of 50,000 sits on a secondary fault line and is without any water or sanitation system. (Chuck Bigger)

The pretty colors are a mask for the challenges facing the Jalousie slum in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The neighborhood of sits on a secondary fault line and is without any water or sanitation system.

Port Au Prince, Haiti

A Haitian woman walking down the street in the La Saline market (Port-au-Prince, Haiti).

BUM BOATS OF HAITI - Port-au-Prince, selling wooden carvings to guests of cruise ships, by Bulent Atalay

This is a photo of "bum boats," boats carrying items to sell to cruise ships that travel into Haiti.

CAN YOU SEE ME? - Jacqueline (age 7) is a ‘restavek’, a child given by impoverished parents to a foster family in the hope that they will have a better life. Like many restaveks, Jacqueline has become a domestic servant, does not attend school, and has no toys. Go here http://www.unicef.org/photography

Jacqueline (age is a ‘restavek’, a child given by impoverished parents to a foster family in the hope that they will have a better life. Like many restaveks, Jacqueline has become a.

Worshippers at a vodou ceremony in Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Understanding vodou in the Caribbean

This is a picture of a large group performing a Vodou ceremony. This is a recent picture. I chose this because it shows a Vodou ceremony at a large scale and the dancing of the ceremony.

Vintage Map Sterling Silver Round Necklace.  Port-au-Prince Haiti.

Haiti has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. We were lucky enough to see a Haitian dance on the ferry.

port-au-prince, haiti    hopefully my next stop after this summer...december :)

port-au-prince, haiti hopefully my next stop after this summer

Hotel Oloffson, Port-au-Prince  - fav hotel ever! So glad it survived the earthquake!

Hotel Oloffson, Port-au-Prince - fav hotel ever! So glad it survived the earthquake!

Connect 2 Ministries - The “Adopt a Church” program has been created to not only meet the needs of the people in Port Au Prince, Haiti, but to be spiritually redemptive to the city. We are committed to rebuilding the most credible part of Haitian culture, that is the church. #ministry #mission #volunteer #serve

Connect 2 Ministries - The “Adopt a Church” program has been created to not only meet the needs of the people in Port Au Prince, Haiti, but to be spiritually redemptive to the city. We are committed to rebuilding the most credible part of Haitian culture, that is the church. #ministry #mission #volunteer #serve

Gary Monroe, Woman lifting fruit on downtown street, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 1985

A Photographer's Ode To Unsung Artists

Three Roman Catholic clergymen, including Archbishop (probably Julien-Jean-Guillaume Conan) and Assistant Bishop (probably Joseph-Marie Le Gouaze), Archdiocese of Port au Prince, Haiti, West Indies.      Date: circa 1926 Stock Photo

Three Roman Catholic clergymen, including Archbishop (probably Julien-Jean-Guillaume Conan) and Assistant Bishop (probably Joseph-Marie Le Gouaze), Archdiocese of Port au Prince, Haiti, West Indies. Date: circa 1926 Stock Photo

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