The well preserved colonial streets of Trinidad are a photographer’s paradise. Unfortunately, because of a misadventure in Havana (long story), I arrived in Trinidad without a camera. Cuba is not the easiest place to buy a new camera. Prior to arriving I spent a couple of days looking for one to no avail. After asking around a bit on the streets of Trinidad, a couple of ‘jineteros’ (street hustlers) told me to leave it in their hands and we set up a meeting place for a couple of hours later. When we met up again, sure enough they had tracked down a camera for me – brand new,digital, still in the box but severely out-of-date, basic and overpriced. I wasn’t in a great position to haggle but was able to negotiate a slightly better price. I handed over my convertible pesos and headed out to the streets to start shooting. This is one of the first shots. The Caribbean sea is in the distance.