This post follows on from Drive-By Shootings (Kenya) and Drive-By Shootings (Cuba).

Nick and I have a tradition:  whenever we travel somewhere interesting and unfamiliar, we take photos out of the car / bus / taxi window as we drive… and call this our “Drive-By Shootings”.  Later, we look back on the photos and drink it all in.  We have hundreds of drive-by photos… from Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Zambia, Kenya, Mozambique and more… and I can’t bring myself to delete any of them.  To me, they offer such a fascinating insight into the daily lives of people who live differently to me.

Here’s a few from Haiti…

These photos were taken 2 years before that awful earthquake.  I have hundreds of photos from our trip to Haiti – and every time I look at these photos, I wonder how many of the people pictured are still alive today…?