Castillo del Morro

I think there’s a law of the universe that requires photographers to create photos of every lighthouse they see. With that in mind, I had no choice but to shoot¬†Castillo del Morro in Havana.

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Photographing Hands

A person’s hands can tell as much about them as their face. Photographing hands is just another way of showing their story. Are they rough or soft? Are they working? Is there a gesture that says something about their demeanor? I’ve found that I’m drawn toward shooting people who work with their hands. Ropes and […]

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Faces of Cuba

I met a lot of wonderful people in Cuba. This post, Faces of Cuba, is more of a metaphor than a literal interpretation. The people and the place both had something profound to share, so I wanted to let you see a little of what Cuba shared with me.

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The Havana Malecon

I’m told it’s the world’s longest public bench, the Havana Malecon. It’s a seawall that runs about five miles, providing a gathering place for families, fishermen, lovers, and Cubans who just want to hang out.

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