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Drive-by shooting Haiti… Pt2

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The second series of ‘Drive-by shooting Haiti’ in pictures.

©Kai Lutterodt 2013

(No weapons involved)
#Photographyonthego Project

On the out-skirts of Cité Soleil. A workers from the wholesalers stands on the edge of the truck as the freshly bough produce gets delivered to the Sathya Sai centre. -A street worker goes 'above' expected to clean a car for literally a penny.

On the out-skirts of Cité Soleil. A workers from the wholesalers stands on the edge of the truck to prevent theft as the freshly bought produce gets delivered to the Sathya Sai centre.
-A street worker goes ‘above’ expected to clean the windows of a car for literally a penny.

Spotting various colourful tap-taps around Port-au-Prince

Tap-tap-spotting: various colourful tap-taps around Port-au-Prince (local Haitian transportation)

On the highway... Overfilled tap-taps. It is common for people to stand is seats are unavailable. -A caged tap-tap. Believed to be revent theft as the tap-tap passes Cité Soliel... Port-au-Prince's notourious neighborhood

On the highway… Overfilled tap-taps. It is common for people to stand if seats are unavailable… Or sit on top of the vehicle risking their lives!
-A caged tap-tap. Believed to be prevent theft as the tap-tap passes Cité Soliel… Port-au-Prince’s notorious neighbourhood

Children of the camps. The Sathya Sai centre vehicle delivers 2000 meals daily to children living in camps across Port-au-Prince. -A community leader helps pump water

Children of the camps. The Sathya Sai centre vehicle delivers 2000 meals daily to children living in camps across Port-au-Prince.
-A community leader helps pump water

Scenes from  in and out of Port-au-Prince...

Scenes in and out of Port-au-Prince…

On the highway passing by the 'naked mountain'. Many inhabitants of Port-au-Prince fled to the outskirts of the city after the 2010 earthquake, putting up shacks in any available space on the bare mountain.

On the highway passing by the ‘naked mountain’. Many inhabitants of Port-au-Prince fled to the outskirts of the city after the 2010 earthquake, putting up shacks on any available space on the bare mountain.

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Discussion

5 thoughts on “Drive-by shooting Haiti… Pt2

  1. Drive by? You meanie – for a few secs, had me holding my breath, worried for the little children lol………..

    Posted by Jerry | September 4, 2013, 2:57 pm
  2. “Drive-by shooting” heard this first @ BlogCamp Ghana 2013. Beautiful shots. Waiting for your explanation. Have to practice it soon. Can’t wait to get a Cam. 🙂

    Posted by Enock4seth | September 7, 2013, 10:52 pm

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