Haiti Photo Stories
Every picture has a story to tell... Here you will find a list of Haiti photo stories, a blog where I tell you when, where and why a Haiti photo was taken.
Look at this nice dish of Haitian food: Corn meal with beans sauce and legume which consists of eggplant, spinach, cabbage, carrots, no meat. Add to that some sliced organic avocado and you have yourself a whole food plant based diet.
Gade sa... Bon manje neg andeyo. Yon bel plat mayi moulen blan, sos pwa ak legim berejen ak zepina, chou, kawot, san vyann ak bon zaboka peyi. Sa se yon ban manje kreyol.
Life is not easy for a Ti Machann, the Haitian women who sell products on the sides of the streets. She buy a bag of rice and a bucket of oil and turns around and sells it retail to passers by for consumption.
In a day or two in the hot Haiti sun, if it all sells, she may make a little profit with which she has to take care of the house.
Black Smoke in the skies above Haiti from Haitian-American stuck in Peyi Lock Haiti, 30 September 2019
Look at this photo... Black smoke rising in the skies above Haiti from tires burning in the streets of Port-au-Prince Monday, September 30th, 2019, during a protest against the Haitian president Jovenel Moise.
Photo send by a Young Haitian-American who found himself stuck in a country on lock down mode. Read the related article for the full story.