Monday, December 01, 2008

Monochrome Monday

For World AIDS Day I've chosen this photo for Monochrome Monday even though I didn't take it. It was taken by Chris, from church, on one of his visits to Mutende Children's Village in Zambia. As a church we try to help support the village, which is home to a large number of AIDS orphans. As well as financial support, different people choose to go out there to help practically - with anything from building work to playing with the children.
AIDS isn't black and white. It's a complex issue and a horrible disease with many innocent victims.
To take part in Monochrome Monday, visit aileni.


Aileni said...

A significant choice, Liz. I wonder where it is all going to end. If as much effort was put into finding a cure as is put into sustaining armies... well, who knows.

Dragonstar said...

This is an important post Liz.

Also an excellent monochrome.

PixieKatten said...

A thoughtful and important post! With a great photo. Well done!

Here's my monochrome sky line

Leslie: said...

Wonderful message here, Liz. Love the photo.

Carver said...

Excellent post Liz to highlight the day. The photograph is great.

CherryPie said...

It is nice to have a personal experience to highlight the day!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

This is a beautiful photo. Such a tragedy, though.

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