They say that taking photos in Cuba is a breeze, that you don't even need to look through the viewfinder, as your camera will capture stunning shots no matter where you point it.
It could be because of the picturesque, crumbling architecture that gives Cuba the feel of a 1950s film set. Or perhaps it's the striking beauty of the Cuban people and the splendor of its nature.
Truthfully, I'm not entirely sure what it is about Cuba that makes photography so effortless. All I know is that taking pictures in Cuba is an exhilarating, enjoyable and incredibly rewarding experience.
Red Polished Chrome
This must be the classic of the classics.
And it reminds me of some Jim Morrison's lyrics from the album "An American Prayer".
Havana Skyline with Taxi
Snapped this one along El Malecon de La Habana de Cuba.
The reason why I'm fond of this photo is because it's then that I realized I was turning from casual travel photographer to street photographer. Amen.
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