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Cuba – Day Seven

Today was pretty much a free day and I spent most of it wandering on my own. Walking back towards the house of the lady to whom I wanted to give the hotel samples, I passed by a fireman’s museum and the museum of the revolution. Tried to get a good picture of a Cuban…

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Cuba – Day Six

This was the one day we went outside of Havana proper.  Our first stop was in a suburb of the city. Took lots of pics of old cars on the road. Then found a couple of guys trying to work their way through a huge mound  of garlick. Next stop was Hemmingway’s house. This comfortable looking…

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Cuba – Day Five – Afternoon/Evening

After lunch I headed out alone walking the Prado towards the Malecon to find the lady I intended to give the hotel soaps and shampoos too. Along the way there were multiple artists displaying their work. One that caught my eye appeared to be giving instruction to children. Continuing on to the Malecon I turned…

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Cuba – Day Five – Morning

After breakfast we headed out to a farmer’s market. Along the way I saw some “pro’s” doing a shoot with a couple of models. Then we came upon a bunch of vintage cars all together. It was fun to taked detail shots of these old cars. A little further we came upon a small park…

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Cuba- Day Four – Afternoon/Evening

This time Dustin led us to a nearby church were we could gain access to the roof. I stopped to take a picture of the interior from the organ loft. Then got some nice shots from the roof of the surrounding area. Leaving the church we made our way towards the Malecon when it started…

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Cuba – Day Four – Morning

  Up at 5:30 AM again, but didn’t do the dawn patrol. Instead went out on my own a bit. Experimented to see how well I could hand hold the camera at slow shutter speeds in low ambient light. Took a lot of pictures of the Capitolio and other building around the park in front…

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Cuba – Day Three

Dawn patrol was cut short today. It was raining lightly and after a few shots my images were getting very hazy. I had gotten something on my lens that just smeared and refused to come off with just simple wiping. So back to the hotel for me and some serious lens cleaner. After breakfast we…

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Cuba – Day One

The tour was organized by Santa Fe Photo Workshops. The group met at 7:15 AM in the Carribean Room on the third floor of the Marriott Hotel Miami Airport. There were three instructors, Nevada Weir, Jennifer Selman, and my instructor, Raul Tuzon. Raul is particularly interesting because he is Cuban born but left as a…

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Cuba – Day Two

Dawn patrol-we head out to photograph at 6:15 AM. It’s still dark and we follow one of our guide/photographers, stepping carefully to avoid potholes, broken side walks and piles of doggie dew as we maneuver the unlit and poorly lit streets. The street we are taking is a popular shopping area by day and there…

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