November 5, 2012

Forgive the meager photography skills…

The latest and greatest member of the convent family. His mother has been offering fresh milk for the sisters to sell to the community.

Some furry neighbors that I refuse to name due to their inevitable end.

The view as seen from behind my university. Often, fog crowds the valley in the mornings, obscuring the land below except for a few twinkling wood fires.

Roses of all colors appear to grow in each Rwandan’s garden: yellow, pink, red. A few giant pink roses salute my office doorway each morning. Tonight, they are dipped in moonlight.

3 Responses to “Snapshots”

  1. Julianne Says:

    Beautiful pictures Katie. Such a lovely setting.
    Love, Aunt J.

  2. uncledavethegoodguy Says:

    Katie Baby;

    Is that first photo of you in your new surroundings? Your ears are a little bigger and that nose is not familiar.

    Uncle David

  3. Audrey Says:

    A Cow! I like the cow.

    Also the black and white of that fence turned out really well, I think.

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