A Morning Bright and Fair


This morning I got word that a local high school was the scene of a protest. Someone had started throwing rocks and had hit a car. I quickly grabbed my camera and headed off. By the time I arrived the protest had ended and the people had left. So on my walk I thought I would shoot a few random things of interest. Here are a few results.
This young boy saw me with my camera and was a willing volunteer for a photo shoot. I thought they turned out real nice.


This elderly gentleman guards the local mini mart on the corner of our block. He has been at the job now for twenty years!


I liked how the barb wire turned out. It helps to show that security here is a major issue. Fences, barbed wire and bars are a way of life.


In the midst of a concrete jungle you can still spot some of nature's masterpieces.










5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! These are all really good! My favorites were the the barbed wire and black and white shot of the boy. You're really getting good.

-Scott

Dorcas said...

Good pictures!!

Anonymous said...

WOW!!!Little did we know that our talented missionary was also a photographer. :)

jeanne said...

great pictures, Eric...
you'll have to teach me some things when you come home...

Joanna said...

Your photos are so...uplifting! Great job!