A few weeks ago we were driving on the beach road. I was thinking of you guys, who for the most part have never been, and will never be, able to see Haiti with your own eyes.
I tried to capture what you see along the road in the hour's drive from the beach road, with wild horses amidst the dry brushy landscape, to the heart of Port-au-Prince where we live.
part one and part two). Before the earthquake, it was a completely empty field. Soon after, people began migrating out of the city onto any open land they could find. Even in August 2010 when I photographed it, it was much more empty. Now, there are fields of homes, hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of blue-tarp homes.
So Haiti- all kids seem to love kites here. This is home for hundreds of children, where they play.