NPR posted a collection of David Gilkey’s “then and now” photos from Haiti on the Picture Show blog a few weeks ago. The “then” images are from some of the earliest days after the earthquake showing a country turned upside down. Unfortunately, some of the “now” photos don’t look that much different. There has certainly been some progress since the earthquake struck Haiti, but has there been three years worth of progress? Even one year?
The photographs are hauntingly beautiful and give an honest insight into the reality of many Haitians. Click here to see the full post from NPR.