Photographer's Note

The architecture in Havana was probably my favorite in any city I have traveled to, speaking from a photographic standpoint that is :)

It was astonishing to see how it didn't matter that the buildings were in complete dis-repair, that they were almost crumbling, that if I threw a large rock at it the building could very possibly fall to the ground...people were still living in them with their families.

You could find people looking out of their windows on every street, and despite of the poor conditions they seemed to always be smiling.

Just as this woman here is smiling at me, she waved and even blew a sweet kiss in our direction, wanting nothing back in return.

What you see in this post, along with my last post of the boy playing baseball in the street, is the current state of the infrastructure in downtown Havana.

Hope you enjoy this photo

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Additional Photos by craig macintosh (macjake) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 7049 W: 88 N: 17080] (78161)
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