Weekly Photo Challenge: Change

This is so beautiful I just had to share it.

Michele D'Acosta

1 Amputee Sierra Leone

The Peace Project, an international social movement that I work with in Sierra Leone, changed this man’s life by giving him a pair of crutches.

I took this photograph in May 2012 during one of The Peace Project’s crutch distribution efforts in Sierra Leone, West Africa.

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I'm a philosopher, dreamer, poet, writer -- not necessarily in that order -- and I get to write it all down and share it with the world thanks to the Wonderful World Wide Web!
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9 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Change

  1. Sandra, I’m very moved that you shared this on your page. So many blessings and good vibrations to you. Thank you so much. Michele

  2. I loved this and many more when I visited Michele’s blog, she is an exceptionally talented photographer and poet and she has the heart of an angel. I’m glad you reblogged this, I must make a note to do so also, it is just so hard to pick one though, there are so many great pieces!
    Thank you so much for your support last night, sandra, I feel very special πŸ™‚

    • sandrabranum says:

      I know. Michelle’s fantastic. I’m trying to save some money so I can get to the UK Film Festival in November. I have free passes waiting for me for this year’s festival because I submitted a short scrip to last year’s 3 Minute Script Contest. If I can scrounge up the money to attend I’m almost positive I’ll see more of Michele’s work there since she’s also a documentary film maker. Wish me luck, please sir?

  3. thenerdyscribe says:

    Hi! Would you be interested in accepting a tag blog award?

    • sandrabranum says:

      Thanks Mr. Scribe. I am honored that you have asked me, but am declining because lately I just don’t feel right about referring other people’s blogs. You see I’m concerned that I might overlook a spectacular one that could use the added traffic. Instead I’ll just say: Fellow Bloggers keep searching Blog Land. You’d be surprised what you can find on the internet. πŸ™‚

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