via Another Bouncing Ball:
I was in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, wandering at the edge of a marketplace as the sun went down. Whole swaths of the city are without electricity, government services or security. Things become spectral, as areas heavily trafficked and lively by day transform into deserted, nightmarish landscapes. I navigated for several miles using distant bonfires like homing devices.
Cite Soleil, 8 x 10 inches
Antebi's photo-portrait of Haiti here. All proceeds from the sale of Cite Soleil go to Doctors Without Borders and OxFam, earmarked for Haiti. To purchase photo, email Wall Space Gallery at gallery@