Daily life in Haiti - Reuters shows a sad Haitian reality in pictures

If you sent me on a mission to take 25 pictures to show daily life in Haiti, I would choose a different set of pictures but I am Haitian, I am not Reuters. I don't have their mentality.

PHOTO: The kind of Haiti foreign journalists just love to photograph!
PHOTO: The kind of Haiti foreign journalists just love to photograph!

Take a look at these pictures, the daily life in Haiti from the lens of a foreign journalist:

  • A woman speaking to a street vendor in a slum of Port-au-Prince...
  • Two women walk carrying buckets on her heads on the outskirts of Fond Parisien...
  • Children stand in front of clothes displayed for sale in a slum of Port-au-Prince...
  • A woman walks in a slum of Port-au-Prince...

NOTICE the word 'Slum" as you go through the 25 pictures that the wonderful Spanish photojournalist Andres Martinez Casares put together to show the world how we live in Haiti everyday.

Amazing isn't it?

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Evie Kantymir says...

Where are the pictures of the flowers that flow over the rock walls, the gardens and yards in the valleys of the mountains above the city, the little bays of the blue, blue sea?

With a smile, I do think of those who rollerblade down

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Tony says...

The sad part of this, it is true, I see the something every day too, mind you I also see some good stuff worth

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