From the streets of Havana, where famously beautiful architecture struggles to survive decay, to the cobblestones of Trinidad, this book illustrates the neighborhoods of Cuba. Pedicabs wait for customers, old and young do their shopping, children go to school. The famous old American cars, carefully preserved, have mostly become taxis. Pocket of reconstruction rise in historic downtown Havana. Here are photos of the daily life of Cuba in 2010.
After retirement from an East Coast career in state and local government human services programs, I have moved to California to be near my grandchildren. I now have the opportunity to travel the world to connect with people of many cultures.
Alaska Published September 23, 2013
Edward John Scarsella Published May 02, 2013
Venice in Winter Published January 20, 2011
Cuban Portraits Published January 06, 2011