I saw this car in La Paz, Bolivia last fall and loved it. Sorry for the long absence on this blog. Time has been busy so I’ve been devoting more of it to my main blog thirdeyemom. I’ll try to keep this one updated with interesting shots from around the world.
I saw this man sitting outside the giant red doors of a gorgeous church and couldn’t resist taking his photo. I enjoyed the shadows of the fading sun cast against the giant red door. This post was inspired by the Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadowed. To view more entries click here.
I was in rural Ethiopia visiting a Lie and Wait house for expectant mothers and saw this farmer tending his plot. I asked him by showing him my camera and smiling (since I don’t speak Amharic) if I could take his photo, and he happily obliged.
I met this beautiful Ethiopian mother at a Lie and Wait House where she waited with her daughter below who was days within giving birth. In rural Ethiopia, some women are hours on foot from the nearest midwife or hospital. The lie and wait house is a place where woman can wait to deliver and be near a health care facility. It has saved many lives. I was in Ethiopia in June as a reporting fellow with the International Reporting […]