Photographer's Note

I've been getting a few comments from TE members saying that while they've enjoyed my photos from Havana, most of them are of the architecture upclose.

So I thought I'd post a photo or two of the streets of Havana pulled back a bit, actually way back.

This photo was taken from the famous Malecon, which is the walkway along the Ocean's edge. We're looking down the street that we would walk everyday heading back into downtown Havana.

If you look closely, you can see the Capital Building and it dome way in the middle bg. It looks kind of funny because there's scaffolding around it for repairs.

Speaking of scaffolding, the building on the left it totally covered by it. Can you guess why?
I learned that the plan for that long building is to one day turn it into a Hotel. If the plans DO go through, it'll be in a wonderful location by the water.

The building is totally covered by scaffolding to secure it, to ensure it doesn't fall down! Thats how poor the condition is.

Hope you like this scene

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