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Tijuana, Mexico

Just got back from Tijuana, Mexico safe and sound with no flu-like symptoms. 🙂

Deborah’s house is a shelter for battered women and children in Tijuana. It was founded by Ray and Adalia Schellinger-Gutierrez. Visit their website at International Ministries is who my parents were with when we were in the Congo. My mission was to photograph images that will help them promote and raise funds for Deborah’s House. I was truly blessed by the experience!

Other than a quick browse through all of them I haven’t had a chance to edit any images yet. But I wanted to post at least one “teaser”. I’ll get more up later.

For the “techies”… I shot this at high noon, re-interpreted the light to be the long shadows of sunset sifting through the twisted iron bars on the kitchen window by use of an SB-800 with a 1/2 CTO gel, controlled by another SB-800 on Nikon D3 in commander mode using -.3 TTL setting, and 50mm f1.4AFS lens.