Central America: Honduras
Rural areas in Central America resemble the living conditions of the early 1900’s in the United States. Many families live without clean water or any type of power. Poor roads makes travel difficult with most families using animals for transportation and the food supply is mostly grown or raised on small family farms.
The idea for the project is simple. It focuses on the people and their environment. The images reflect the living conditions and the struggles of everyday life. In much of the way that Edward Curtis photographed the American Indian this project focuses on quieter moments. It is not a document of war or a reflection of death. It is a testament to the strength and willingness of people, family, and faith of Central America.