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Brian Smith
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Port-au-Prince, Haiti, lies a mere 700 miles off the coast of Florida. Yet it remains a world away as time seems to spin in a different direction than in the rest of the Western Hemisphere, largely due to natural disasters and the resulting economic instability. Brian Smith first travelled to Haiti in his twenties for the Miami Herald to document the fall of the Duvalier government. Last year, he was given the chance to revisit his photojournalistic roots and return to Port-au-Prince. Smith hopes these images capture the enduring spirit of the Haitian people and the beauty of their culture.
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Brian Smith
Port-au-Prince, Haiti, lies a mere 700 miles off the coast of Florida. Yet it remains a world away as time seems to spin in a different direction than in the rest of the Western Hemisphere, largely due to natural disasters and the resulting economic instability. Brian Smith first travelled to Haiti in his twenties for the Miami Herald to document the fall of the Duvalier government. Last year, he was given the chance to revisit his photojournalistic roots and return to Port-au-Prince. Smith hopes these images capture the enduring spirit of the Haitian people and the beauty of their culture.
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URBAN SCENES
Brian Smith
Port-au-Prince, Haiti, lies a mere 700 miles off the coast of Florida. Yet it remains a world away as time seems to spin in a different direction than in the rest of the Western Hemisphere, largely due to natural disasters and the resulting economic instability. Brian Smith first travelled to Haiti in his twenties for the Miami Herald to document the fall of the Duvalier government. Last year, he was given the chance to revisit his photojournalistic roots and return to Port-au-Prince. Smith hopes these images capture the enduring spirit of the Haitian people and the beauty of their culture.
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URBAN SCENES
Brian Smith
Port-au-Prince, Haiti, lies a mere 700 miles off the coast of Florida. Yet it remains a world away as time seems to spin in a different direction than in the rest of the Western Hemisphere, largely due to natural disasters and the resulting economic instability. Brian Smith first travelled to Haiti in his twenties for the Miami Herald to document the fall of the Duvalier government. Last year, he was given the chance to revisit his photojournalistic roots and return to Port-au-Prince. Smith hopes these images capture the enduring spirit of the Haitian people and the beauty of their culture.
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URBAN SCENES
Brian Smith
Port-au-Prince, Haiti, lies a mere 700 miles off the coast of Florida. Yet it remains a world away as time seems to spin in a different direction than in the rest of the Western Hemisphere, largely due to natural disasters and the resulting economic instability. Brian Smith first travelled to Haiti in his twenties for the Miami Herald to document the fall of the Duvalier government. Last year, he was given the chance to revisit his photojournalistic roots and return to Port-au-Prince. Smith hopes these images capture the enduring spirit of the Haitian people and the beauty of their culture.
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URBAN SCENES
Brian Smith
Port-au-Prince, Haiti, lies a mere 700 miles off the coast of Florida. Yet it remains a world away as time seems to spin in a different direction than in the rest of the Western Hemisphere, largely due to natural disasters and the resulting economic instability. Brian Smith first travelled to Haiti in his twenties for the Miami Herald to document the fall of the Duvalier government. Last year, he was given the chance to revisit his photojournalistic roots and return to Port-au-Prince. Smith hopes these images capture the enduring spirit of the Haitian people and the beauty of their culture.
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