Today’s Daily Prompt states:
Tell us about the most surprising helping hand you’ve ever received.
Photographers, show us HANDS.
Hands? Do I ever have an assortment of images of hands!
Sculptor Rycardo Alcivar – Jama Ecuador
Jama’s always-happy fisherman!
Hands at work!
Hands at play!
Nelly sorts bingo numbers.
Nelly gets silly!
Franklin Gonzales – Always in transit through South America!
Many volunteers contributed to CEIBO LOCO during the inauguration of the Mola Series Exhibition at Museo Cancebi in Manta Ecuador!
Ceibo Loco – Finished with a little help from a lot of friends!
Museo Cancebi/Manta – Barb and Gabby add finishing touches to the I CAN DO THIS painting.
Several I Can Do This Workshops in Costa Rica produced amazing results!
I Can Do This Group Workshop – Costa Rica
Branding Memories through Paint
Indiviual “I Can Do This” sessions are equally rewarding.
Lise’s Hands – Costa Rica
Maddie’s Hands – Costa Rica
My friend Marie participated in her own healing session for an injured shoulder.
Before her son’s marriage, Maruja Sabando of Ecuador spent time painting with Cesar and cousins.
Mother and Son (Maruja y Cesar) disconnect from work for a painting session together!
Maruja and her cousins!
Mother and son painting together!
The very first “I Can Do This” project began at “Hummingbird’s House” in the Republic of Panama!
Barb y Donna – Republic of Panama
Hank and Marie Groff volunteered their helping hands with a window-security panel.
After finishing side one, I was pleased to have more volunteers to help with side two!
Xavier helped paint fun frogs!
Gonzalo’s family created their own masterpiece after helpoing with the window!
This post would not be complete without a finale from the Magic Carpet Sessions!
Doctora Veronica, who mans the local clinic every fourth day, leaves her signature!
The image evolves. What’s next?
Barb preps border with fresh layer of Agua Stop.
A new pretend tile floor!
Strengthening colors one wash at a time.
The happiest door on the planet!
Silvana dropped by and added her special energy to the border!
in search of authenticity
Barbara brushes white over white!
This is surely the most lovingly-painted bodega door in the country!
It’s time to take a break from all of that painting! See more helping hands at WordPress’s Daily Prompt – “Helping Hands.”
Taking a ‘back break’ from back-breaking work!