Daily Foto: Seeing all the colors in Costa Rica!

Jun 29, 2010   //   Costa Rica, Daily Foto  //  Comments Off on Daily Foto: Seeing all the colors in Costa Rica!

Phodographers Kathryn Rouillard and Nisha Grimes in Las Vegas de Rio Canas, Costa Rica, March 2010

Peace Corps Volunteer Kathryn wrote “Thank you Dog Meets World for giving purpose to my Peace Corps service. I commit to spending the remainder of my service not only seeing red, blue, and yellow, but trying to make purple, green, and orange. Through DMW, I not only distributed photographs. I also brought a service to the people of Cuatro Calles and Las Vegas de Río Cañas. I showed them that I see them.

She noted that Dog Meets World opened her eyes to the poverty and lack of opportunity that exists in Ortega- in Cuatro Calles and Las Vegas de Río Cañas, which are two barrios that pertain to Ortega. Many families struggle with the daily task of collecting water early in the morning for cooking, cleaning, bathing, drinking, and other activities that we often take for granted.

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