Almost Finished with an Initial Review of Uganda Photos
I have been back for almost two weeks now and it has taken me this long just to get through an initial run-through of all the images I shot in Uganda. What's amazing to me about the images we captured is how many individual stories there are, waiting to be told, at some point down the road. I tried to go to Uganda with as few preconceived notions about I was going to be able to shoot as I could, and I'm glad I did. Not really having any idea what I would be able to capture gave me the freedom to shoot journalistically per se.
Looking back at the entire shoot in it's complete unedited form showed me a greater story that is impossible to tell in one blog post, or even several. That's the great thing about being part of something bigger than just an individual process, and I love that about the mission work our church is involved with in Buloba. It's not about an individual effort but a collective group of teams over many years building countless relationships with people. Now that I have gone through the whole set of photos over the next few weeks, a little at a time, I'm going to post some short individual stories that came through to me.