Deep Creek is a book of poetry and photography that tells the story of a journey to Quebrada Honda, Honduras, while exploring the themes of time, change, and love. The poetry was written by Jacalyn den Haan and the photos were taken by Aleena Forstey. Both women were part of the 2014 Honduras Water Project team that went to the rural community Azacualpa, located within the department of Choluteca. The book seeks to explore the space between these opposites: the possibility of rebirth we found in a country plagued with gang violence, the richness of life in one of the poorest countries in the world, the power of God to allow affluent North Americans to serve our Honduran friends who lack resources.
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