Here is a selection of photos that I took on the streets and in a bar in Havana, Cuba during my visit to the island nation in July 2011. The quality of the images is not so great. I just had a crappy little camera at the time. Nevertheless, I like the shots and they remind me of the great days I had walking high and low through the streets of Havana, sweating ’til my shirt was drenched through and clung to my skin. I shouldn’t blame the equipment anyway.
Lady I met near the Havana Port area of the city.
Father and kids in Vedado, Havana.
Rum-soaked in Centro Habana around about midnight.
Father and son in fruit store in Habana Vieja.
Lunchtime in Centro Habana bar.
Boys playing in the same bar while father knocked back a few rums.
Strolling in the heat.
2 thoughts on “FACES OF LA HABANA”
My wife and I were there just nine months after you. Cubans are good people with an abysmal government. The heat wasn’t too bad in April.
Yes, I have read your Cuba articles. Most Cubans now are very much looking forward to the opening up of the economy and the consequent benefits. The heat in July was oppresive.