07
Sep
15

faces of Cuba


The following is a collection created on an excursion through Cuba. A journey traveled beginning in Havanna and on through the countryside toward the eastern shores to Santiago de Cuba. It was a joy to experience the many varied smiling and curious of faces of Cuba reflecting the unique and historical heritage of this intriguing and somewhat, isolated country. The images were taken using a hand-held Nikon 150 35mm using a 28-150mm zoom lens with natural lighting. Enjoy: (click on image to enlarge)

p01 p3 p7 p8 p12 p10 p15 p16 p42 p025 p023 p43p245              p247 p250 p250b p253 p256B          p255          p258 p264 p261 p259 p266 p267 p309 p310        p308a          p308 p313               p314 p320       p319         p318 p317                      p316

The above image was caught as I passed by a window opening of 2×3 feet. It was a spontaneous move to point my camera through the window opening not really knowing what awaited on the inside nor how my camera settings would respond. Surprisingly, when I got the film developed, I was tremendously dumbfoundedly amazed to realize upon seeing the resulting image; it was though they were just waiting for me to pass by to take this picture. I will never forget the excitement to realize the full depth to what I was so fortunate to have captured.

p379  p376a         p375           p375a              p377a p378                            P378B  p381                      p383 p388          p391          p392 p395                             p407 p408 p409B p615 p625                        p626

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