Lively Conversation

I'm not sure what was going on here, but it looked rather energetic from where I stood. … [Read more...]

Seaside City of Massacres

Matanzas means "massacre". A name that hints at the location's bloody history when Spaniards wiped out a local population of natives (all of Cuba's natives were killed by the Spanish) who fought viciously, but who were ultimately overpowered by European gunpowder and steel. It's a beautiful little city that's grown around an ocean inlet on the north shore of Cuba, not far from Varadero. I met some … [Read more...]

Cubanos En Color

I tend to edit most of my street photography in monochrome, but these screamed "colour!" to me so thy shall be done. … [Read more...]

San Rafael News Distributor

It's a bit of a shame that I never bought a newspaper while I in Havana. Even if it was in Spanish and I could barely understand anything in it, I'm sure it would have been interesting to get a glimpse into what's important to Cubans. On the other hand, I doubt the news could be anywhere near as interesting as the man selling it. This is definitely one of my favourite street photos from Havana.  … [Read more...]

White Velvet

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Sequel to the Bridges of Madison County

What - you've never heard of The Clothes Lines of Havana City? … [Read more...]