Photographer's Note

This scene to me, shows the everyday lifestyle in Havana.

First of all, you have the old car. Secondly you have the 'always open door' of peoples home - socializing with neighbors is what they enjoy most. Thirdly, you'll often see locals peering out of windows in the narrow streets to see what's going on. If they're not peering out of windows they often look down on you from above from balconies :)

It was surprising to always see the open door policy. Even at 2 or 3 in the morning you'll see or hear the locals outside chatting away.

So I was glad to get those 3 elements into this one scene. Hope you like it.

Enjoy your weekend everyone!

For added information....
Yellow license plates in Cuba mean they are owned by a local private citizen.

White license plates in Cuba mean they are owned by a Government Offical

Blue license plates are State-Owned vehicles.

The first letter on the license plate gives the Province in which the vehicle is registered. For example on this car its registered in the Province of
La Habana (H for Habana)

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