Three years ago I was out for a walk in Haiti when I met this boy who asked me to photograph him pointing to God. Aggrieved by the president’s disrespectful comments yesterday, I am posting this as a reminder of what even Haitian children know: there is a power higher than that of any president.
I'm back from a wonderful trip to Haiti, a country with a grave outbreak of rampant ingenuity and a serious national epidemic of beauty. The Mona Lisa smile on this charmer from the rural Massif Lesel is highly contagious.
The face of lovingkindness, cast in bronze. This portrait of Thich Nhat Hanh beaming compassion was painstakingly crafted by sculptor Mario Chiodo with the subversive intent of elevating the human spirit.
The Remember Them Monument does Oakland proud.