Cubans living across the USA gathered together outside the United Nations headquarters in New York, on the morning of June 23rd. See why…
In the environments that make up this compendium I try to bring you something of the daily life of the Cuban capital. (36 photos)
Apparently, life, at least as far as rain goes, returned to take its course in 2021. Luckily for the people of Guantanamo, the downpours have been frequent.
Juan Suarez continues to be our eyes particularly in Centro Habana, in the heart of the Cuban capital & neighboring areas. (63 photos)
In these times of pandemic, the slightest happening arouses the collective interest. A break outside the home, is good for anyone. (11 pictures)
Cuban Life Beyond Havana (2020-2021) is a photographic series in progress from El Estornudo by the young photographer David Lopez.
I wander the streets of the Bio Bio region (Chile) and I take portraits of strangers, with a narrow and futile scope of my photography…
Zanja St. was a dirt path that existed in the 17th century to transport water from the Almendares River, west of the capital, to Havana. (31 photos)
I like the word “brutal”. I like how it sounds, its multiple meanings, as well as its precision, in every context that it’s used in.
About five years ago I went to live somewhere else, and ever since when I return to visit I look at the neighborhood in amazement.