Category Archives: Cuba

Posing on the Malecon

This is my travel buddy Robert. We have been friends since high school and I have had the good fortune of sharing some of my most memorable trips alongside him. We have ran with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain on two separate occasions, celebrated many World Cup victories in Germany06 and France98, and in 2005 […]

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La Plaza de Trinidad

A nice view from above of the plaza in Trinidad, Cuba. It surprised me how easy it was to get access to buildings around town to try and get the best shot. The buildings and the plaza date back to the 18th century. This is such a laid back town I can see it still […]

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Capitolio de La Habana

The Capital building of Havana towers over the nearby streets and residential buildings. It was modeled after the US Capitol and was the center of government from its construction in 1928 until the Cuban revolution of 1959. Since then it has been used as the Ministry of Science and Technology. Although, I have to admit […]

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Classic Cars Cruising in Havana

No, I did not travel back in time to 1955 to get this shot. Truth is, you can probably witness this scene pretty much every day in Havana. These classic cars are in pristine condition and being driven everywhere. I actually think you will find them in much better condition in the smaller towns outside […]

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Motorcycle on a Trinidad Street

A quite little cobblestone street in Trinidad, Cuba. At any given time, you might see kids in uniform on their way to school or an older lady taking care of daily chores. This day, it was pretty quite. Just a motorcycle, myself and the colorful scene. Click photo for a big surprise

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Havana Malecon

I was up pretty early to catch the sunrise along the famed malecon (seawall) of Havana. I rose about an hour before dawn and made my way along the malecon while the waves crashed mightily against the rocks.  After I finished taking photos of the sunrise I turned to leave and loved the scene that […]

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Cuban Transportation

Cuba is known for it’s collection of Classic American cars still being used as daily transportation and here in Trinidad you will find many in pristine condition.  Well, that’s not all they use. It turns out the locals use a variety of methods to get around. Click photo for a big surprise I found this classic […]

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Cuban Girl in A Fedora

The cobblestone streets of Old Havana are very photogenic and full of activity. You will find artisans selling their paintings, clothes, or just plain souvenirs. And the architecture is so colorful and eye catching. I was walking around taking photos when this pretty girl peaked out of her souvenir shop. I had been taking photos […]

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A Day in the Life

Whenever people ask me what it’s like to visit Havana, I’ll probably just show them this photo. It best represents how the city attacks your visual senses. If you look closely, this photo sums up a typical day in Havana. There is the obligatory classic Chevy that you’ll see driving throughout the city. All around […]

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