During a 10-day trip to Cuba, I must have snapped close to a 1,000 photos on my Iphone7. This is a compilation of images of buildings, doors, walls, interiors, tiles, graffiti and artwork. In Cuba, graffiti is banned but it exists; and the little I captured was spectacular. In Trinidad, homes are built right up to the sidewalk and everyone has their doors or windows open revealing their tiled floors and colonial interiors. We visited several artists in their studios and I'm showing some of their work here.
I opted to go "off the grid" while in Cuba, meaning no wifi and live posts. It freed me from looking down on my device and made me pay 100% attention to my surroundings. The process of culling, curating, editing and crafting a story post-vacation makes for a savory experience. These are my memories.
CUBA is just so goddamn colorful.
Classic American Cars
Isn't this one of major draws to Cuba? At first, it's a novelty. Then you realize this is the norm. Some are glamorous, the kind that makes you feel like a movie star. Others are a death trap or a ride from hell. I tried very hard not to take car photos. Cars just aren't my thing. But I succumbed because they are beautiful and VINTAGE. If you know me you'll know I love vintage (my justification).