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Copyright: Galder Jon Arguinzoniz (galderjon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 526 W: 87 N: 574] (2755)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2004-12
Categories: Daily Life
Camera: Casio Exilim EX-Z3, 5.8-17.4mm 1:2.8-4.9, SD card 128 Mb
Exposure: f/2.6, 1/100 seconds
Map: [view]
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2010-01-16 4:16
Viewed: 3592
Points: 16
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
Help Haiti!!
I took this shot 5 years ago from a small airplane on my way from Port au Prince to Montego Bay (Jamaica).
We can see how unstructured it was already, but now its desolated.
Haiti is the poorest american country, after the earthquake itīs still worst.
There are some ways to help the haitians by sending some money, food or any other useful thing trhu several humanitary organizations.
I know some haitians, they have big and full of joy hearts... and now those hearts are desolated and do need our help.
hope for Haiti
how you can help
make a donation

horias, karl, cunejo200, mushtaqhussain, MARINER, parasbhalla, daisydaisy has marked this note useful
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thank you very much for sharing the picture.we stand with our brothers and sisters at this time of need.Government of Pakistan is doing what we can.Our peace keepers are already there doing relief operations.We pray for their and all others safety.TFS

Hi Galder
It is a great thing of you to post a picture of Haiti now. I live in Chengdu and was teaching when the Sichuan Earthquake took place. I was the worst three minutes of my life!
Great gesture.

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  • EOSF1 Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1977 W: 301 N: 3060] (26902)
  • [2010-01-16 7:40]

Hello Galder, thanks for the good thought for our friends in Haiti. I live in Montreal where lives the biggest diaspora of Haitians in the world, so people here are very sad. It's a disaster. Good image from a flying aircraft, well done!


Why God strikes where poverty is greater?
Is not correct!
I am together with the poor Haitian peoples!
Congratulation for this capture .

  • karl Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 163 W: 66 N: 62] (986)
  • [2010-01-16 8:06]
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a few american countries like argentina, brazil, chile and mexico, are having humanitary missions in haiti since the big tornado about 3 years ago.
At the time of the eartquaque the only hospital left was the small argentinian one, unable to serve hundred of thousands affected people.
As far as I know argentinan government sent immedialy by plane 10 tons of food, medicines and a water purifying plant, along with a dozen rescue and medical that now are serving in port au prince.
I suggest you adress your help to the countries who were doing this work for years or the red cross.

Hello Galder,

Such a devastation that was in Haiti. We thank you for encouraging people to help and donate. The aerial view of the capital city is a good remainder of what it looks like prior to the earthquake. Regards


Hello Galder ,

Yes its very sad, believe you me I can't see the misery of people and in these days I avoid news channels,you shot over this Haiti city looks very good with warm tone which reflects your sentimental and loving touch for them,well captured and kindly presented,good note with guidelines for help and donation,a very kind presentation my friend.
Have a wonderful Sunday!,
Mushtaq Hussain

Hello Galder!

Well our sympathies are with the people of Haiti. They really are very much in trouble and may God take them out of these all.

TFS, indeed a good presentation!

Best Regards,

Hi Galder,

It is a great tragedy that happened in Haiti and I pray to God for a fast recovery and wish that each human-being gives its best to take them out from this natural disaster.

Whenever, I think of Haitian people, I become sad :( why this had to happen with them.

best regards,

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