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.

Haiti: A tree knocks out lightpole during heavy rain

Haiti: A tree knocks out lightpole during heavy rain

Haiti: A tree knocks out lightpole during heavy rain

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Naomi Osaka at a 2019 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Press Conference

Naomi Osaka at a 2019 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Press Conference

Here is a photo of Naomi Osaka at a 2019 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Press Conference

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Haiti Water Solutions - Safe Drinking Water

Haiti Water Solutions -  Safe Drinking Water

Water treatment practices in Haiti is pretty much widespread. In most major cities and surrounding areas in Haiti you will find safe drinking water that has been drinking water purified by reverse osmosis.

These 5 gallon jugs are examples of treated water that you can purchase all across Haiti.

For as little as 5 gourdes, you will have safe drinking water to drink almost everywhere you go in Haiti.

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National Gas Station filled with Motorcycles during a gas shortage

National Gas Station filled with Motorcycles during a gas shortage

Motorcycles line up for some Gasoline at a National Gas Station after they learned that pump has some gas. by 5pm that day all the gas was gone.

And the gas shortage continues!

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Gas shortage in Haiti - Motorcycles line up for some Gasoline

Gas shortage in Haiti - Motorcycles line up for some Gasoline

Gasoline and diesel is a hard to find commodity in Haiti these days. Motorcycles line up for some Gasoline at a National Gas Station in Hinche Haiti.

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So many motorcycles at a gas station in Haiti during a gas shortage

So many motorcycles at a gas station in Haiti during a gas shortage

During the times of gasoline shortage, it is not easy to get gas at the pumps in Haiti as motocycles pile up to get gas and some of them bring gallons to fill as well.

This was the case at a Naitonal Gas Station in Hinche Haiti.

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Scene of Motorcycles piled up at a gas station in Haiti looking waiting for fuel

Scene of Motorcycles piled up at a gas station in Haiti looking waiting for fuel

Scene of Motorcycles piled up at a gas station in Haiti looking waiting for fuel

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Vegetables in Haiti - Pourpiers / Koupye (purslane in English)

Vegetables in Haiti - Pourpiers / Koupye (purslane in English)

Haitians simply love to eat "koupye" called pourpiers in French. In English koupye is called purslane.

They call it wild purslane (Portulaca oleracea), perhaps because it grows wild just about anywhere anout 2 months into the goring season.

Not only is purslane a delicious vegetable, purslane is also an amazing medicinal plant.

We will discuss the great health benefits of koupye / pourpiers or purslane in the articles that will be listed below.

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Naomi Osaka leaves Adidas and signs with Nike

Naomi Osaka leaves Adidas and signs with Nike

Haitian-Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka drops Adidas and signs a new deal with Nike.

Here is a picture of the Naomi Osaka taking a selfie of herself in front of a big Nike billboard with here picture on it with the slogan: "Change everything but yourself... Just do it!"

As of April 4th 2019, world number one Tennis player Naomi Osaka is now going to be rocking that Nike swoosh and saying "Just Do It!" after dropping Adidas.

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Haitian-Japanese Tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka in her new Nike Outfit

Haitian-Japanese Tennis Superstar Naomi Osaka in her new Nike Outfit

After joining Nike's elite roster of professional athletes, Haitian Japanese two-time Grand Slam winner and current World No. 1 Naomi Osaka tried on her new Nike gear...

"We are thrilled to have her join our team," says Amy Montagne Nike's VP, GM of Global Categories.

"I'm proud to become a member of the Nike family and excited about getting involved in all of the opportunities Nike has to offer," Naomi Osaka said.

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