Last week I was in Haiti to help install the PA in our church in Port-au-Prince. One of my other traveling companions John Brown from the Hope for Haiti Foundation asked our host why some of the houses up on the hill were painted and some were not. Jean-Elise told him it was a government project, they were trying to “paint the poverty” and the money ran out. On our last day I went up on the roof of our hotel to catch the sun coming up over the mountains, I was consistently drawn back to this place where the paint ran out. I did finally get what I thought was a pretty good HDR picture of it. I also got a few others I was proud of as well.IMG_0886_7_8_fused IMG_0856_7_8_fused IMG_0818_19_20_fused IMG_0773_4_5_fused