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.
I was born near a park. The banco/bench is one of my favorite things. I know, and I’ve known very well, what benches are.
From the early hours of the morning on April 2, the arrival of a cold front brought sea penetrations on the Havana coastline. (13 pictures)
I was happy to learn that there are many Cubans, both living on the island and abroad, who are nostalgic about places in our country.
Juan Suarez has been showing his pics on our pages for nearly a decade. Today he brings us shots taken in March 2021 in Havana. (68 pictures)
Luyano Rd. is located in the municipality of 10 de Octubre. It´s one of the busiest in Havana & runs through the district with the same name. (61 photos)