Cuban Memories

Now that President Obama has announced a  historic breakthrough between U.S. and Cuban relations, I am hoping to return and photograph with more freedom and access than I was granted on my 2012 visit to Havana.

Though the buildings are crumbling and the cars are ancient, I still found the people happy and friendly.

I can only wonder what it will be like in a few years time…..

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6 thoughts on “Cuban Memories

  1. I always LOVED and continue to enjoy your vibrant, dynamic images of CUBA and keep the coffee table book you made on top of the reading pile, accessible. In fact, when my Mom and I had to cancel our Cuba trip because of her aging issues that book gave us the chance to at least be armchair visitors : )

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