I pulled up into a small village on the outskirts of Antigua, Guatemala. It was your typical little community. The dust from the dirt road was settling as I stepped out of the car. Metal sheets used as the siding for tiny huts, buildings laying in ruins from past hurricanes, stray dogs howling at the now silent car was my surrounding scene.
Walking around, I started capturing images with my camera. Our main goal for the day, was to open up a fresh water well at an elementary school. The students that attended the school, hadn’t had a clean working well in years. Running rampant, the children knowing that a group of “missionaries” were coming could not contain their excitement. As we unloaded bounce houses, trampolines, face painting material and all sorts of other outreach items the anticipation grew.