In this post I will show you pictures from the worksite of ONU Habitat Spring Break 2015 trip to Sumter, South Carolina, US. Purpose of these pictures is to clarify what we were doing. In a nutshell the houses are built from beginning to ready house by using mostly volunteers. So if you plan to go the work can be everything from building walls to painting almost ready house. They had lately begun building the house where we worked. Thus the work was mostly hammering and building walls, porch and roof. There is always something to do for everyone and the work is made to be fun and because of teamwork there is always something important you can do. For example if you’re afraid of highs you can be ladder holder or hammer nails to the walls. If you love using power tools you can learn how to do that – if you don’t you don’t have to. Etcetera. 🙂 Like usually, all photos are taken with my Canon EOS550D + Canon 18-50mm IS || lens (or with Huawei G620S phone, I have marked photos taken with phone camera). 40mm, f/8, 1/200, ISO100 27mm, f/6,3, 1/1250, ISO400 20mm, f/10, 1/250, ISO 100 23 mm, f/5,6, 1/80, ISO 100 Supervisor engineer and engineering student discussing 2,9 mm, f/2, 1/402, ISO 100 (Phone camera) 55mm, f/7,1, 1/125, ISO 100 55mm, f/11, 1/160, ISO 400 2,9 mm, f/2, 1/839, ISO 100 (phone camera) 46mm, f/18, 1/250, ISO 400 29mm, f/29, 1/200, ISO 320, built-in flash used 2,9 mm, f/2, 1/2935, ISO 100 (phone camera) 44 mm, f/18, 1/250, ISO 400 18 mm, f/8, 1/200, ISO 100 47 mm, f/10, 1/200, ISO 100 The girl who went running every morning just to get ice cream enjoying some drink at the worksite 🙂 18 mm, f/5, 1/60, ISO 100 I hope you enjoyed the photos! Shortly we did sawing, measuring, hammering, lifting the roof pieces up and just had good time and enjoyed almost 80 degrees and sun. 🙂 You can find more information about my trip from my previous post: Habitat for Humanity Volunteering Spring Break part 1 / 3 Have you ever been volunteering? How was it?