Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Well... that was awkward. (part 3)

Last week I spent time in Nicaragua.
If you missed previous blog posts about it, click here for part 1, click here for part 2.

Today I just want to show you some of the beauty, some of the colors and textures I saw in Nicaragua.












This was the day we took the orphans to the resort.
I honestly didn't lay around like this all day... Just sat down for a moment and shot a picture "resting" then got up and back to loving on some babies.




There was talk about needing to repaint the desks at the school.
I love them! Chippy turquoise paint for the win.







Cups are sometimes hard to find. But baggies are not. So you get "Coke in a bag".
You bite the corner off and drink it that way.








When you go into the bathroom, a lady will chase you in there and demand money.
Ask me how I know...











"And the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit, filled with wisdom: and the grace of God was upon him."





There is such a stark juxtaposition of beauty and grime. Hardships and determination. Despair and hope.

4 comments:

Melinda said...

Wow!


M :-)

Shawn Tevis said...

I love your photographs! Am I skinny yet? I have left 2 comments now and you promised.
You and Angela take amazing,artistic photos.

Patty Sumner said...

Just beautiful! Thank you for taking time to minister to the poor and needy in this country... Blessings!

Debby Graber said...

Photos say so much, don't they?