Wednesday, February 13, 2013

2012 LACC Christmas in Peru

Each year we  are blessed, getting to distribute Christmas gifts to the children in our Latin America ChildCare (LACC) schools. Here are some of my favorite photos from this year.

Every time I take a picture of this girl it turns out great.

The children from Ayacucho presented me with Christmas gifts.

The gift is upside down, but the smile on this girl (from Iquitos) is perfect!

It's great to get a race car in Iquitos.

I love taking photos of the little girl on the left!

I stitched three pictures together, to get this shot of the kids in Ayacucho. When you stitch photos, sometimes you lose some minor details. If you look closely at this composite photo, the girl in the forground has no head. It's hard to go to school without a head; but, it is apparently not impossible.

I call this one: Cut kid with race car in Iquitos.

Lena presenting a gift to a kindergartner in Catacaos.

Boys displaying their basketball game at our school, Luz del Saber, in Iquitos.

Hannah and her friends, from the International Christian School of Lima, wrapping Christmas gifts for the LACC kids.

Kids in Catacaos doing a display of traditional Peruvian dances for their Christmas party.

Lena with a student in Catacaos.

Nothing says Christmas like wearing a rodent on your head!

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