Cuba, slowly but certainly changing, still offer a unique experience of how people live without technology and with limited ressources.
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This city is dripping in life. It seems to ooze out of the cracks of the gorgeous, decrepit buildings that line the streets of Havana. Every turn provides a new scene, new characters. I would imagine it would take years, if not decades, to capture Havana.
Havana is alive and buzzing with an influx of tourists wanting to see it ‘before it all changes’. But the city is changing and you can feel it. ‘Cuba: the Havana effect’ sheds light on the situation outside of the capital and the extent to which these changes – best observed in Havana – are […]
This serie of photos of the cuban people was made during my one month travel around Cuba in march of 2013. While studying photo in the International School of Movie and TV, I put my foots on the roads of the island and known lots of small and big cities where I could make fantastic […]
For the most part tourists who visit Cuba only ever get to see their hotel or the beach resorts, they photograph the old American cars and the women with the big cigars who pose for tips on the Melancon, for them this is Cuba.
Every 17 of December, for San Lazaro’s celebration, thousands of pilgrims from all over Cuba make a pilgrimage to the Santuario del Rincon, in Santiago de la Vega. A number of them sick, they travel the 30 km from Havana…