23 July 2005

Pictures

This is a view from our current apartment. The foreground is our patio area, the swimming pool shared by our four buildings, then a dirt parking lot, you can't see the railroad tracks on the other side of that, and in the distance the Meditteranean sea.



This next picture is of the building where we have language school. We meet in a room on the ground floor that has air conditioning. The second floor is a dormitory/kitchen/living room where teams stay when they come. The third floor is just one room at the top that is currently like a chapel that would seat about 12-15 people.



The last picture for today is of another building on the ministry compound. Basically a big kitchen and garage where they can serve 50 people. The whole compound needs work but they are doing a lot with what they have. There is only one more building, not pictured here and that is where a missionary couple lives, another white & tile building.

7 comments:

  1. I am so glad to see pictures. It give us a new context to what we read. If you have time send me an email and tell me how you did your pictures. THanks!

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  2. Send me an email with same info please. I'm not very literate with posting picture files.

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  3. This will definitely give me a visual. Whoever took those pictures did a good job getting the lighting right, too. That's something I need to work on.

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  4. Forrest & Doc - we don't have our computer so thus no email addresses. Here's my answer - maybe you'll see it. When you get to your blog dashboard and before you click on new post, look below and there is a link for blogger images. That will describe three ways to add a photo. Ours is different because we are Mac, so my exact method might be harder than what is necessary on a pc. The instructions on the link were very clear.

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  5. love the photos! Let's see some of you guys next time!

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  6. I want to see some of Darwin with his beach buddies.

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  7. Those are beautiful pictures! I like the architecture of the buildings.

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