I Love the Light of Cuba


Photo Feature

HAVANA TIMES — This is a collection of photographs from HT reader Bruce Henderson from a recent trip to Cuba. We welcome other readers to send in their pictures for publication.

“Cuba? In a word. ‘Sweet’. The people are warm and open. The food tastes better than anywhere else I know. The views are out of a time machine. The clear air and warm light are magic.  Beautiful Cuba. The sky is ‘bluer’ in Cuba.” – B.H.

The link is to a video Bruce made from his trip.

Click on the thumbnails below to view all the photos in this gallery. On your PC or laptop, you can use the directional arrows on the keyboard to move within the gallery. On cell phones use the keys on the screen.

24 thoughts on “I Love the Light of Cuba

  • August 7, 2015 at 10:32 am


  • August 5, 2015 at 9:56 pm

    If you can watch the video with sound the photos are much better to see. Try the link to Youtube above.
    Si usted puede ver el vídeo con el sonido de las fotos son mucho mejor ver. Pruebe el enlace a Youtube arriba.

  • August 4, 2015 at 5:29 pm

    Headlines .
    Bill Clinton Apologizes for Past Rice Policies | Haiti: Relief and …
    Clinton apologized in a statement to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on March 10:
    “It may have been good for some of my farmers in Arkansas, but it has not worked. It was a mistake…I had to live everyday with the consequences of the loss of capacity to produce a rice crop in Haiti to feed those people because of what I did; nobody else.”
    Haiti was self sufficient , with all the problems they had they were able to feed their own people .

  • August 4, 2015 at 8:11 am

    Are you blaming Haiti’s problems on former US President Bill Clinton? You should read up on the plight of former French colonies and Haiti’s history in particular.

  • August 4, 2015 at 8:06 am

    That is patently untrue. You obviously have no idea about what I think. There are countless [worth]while aspects of Cuban life. I do not support dictatorships and totalitarianism. My negative comments reflect my views on the Castro regime and their destruction of Cuba. This blog is about Cuba. Infrastructure problems in Haiti are better addressed at a different site. Doing better than Haiti sets the bar pretty low.

  • August 4, 2015 at 7:54 am

    If Cubans feel as you seem to feel about the quality of US elections, then what we do in the US can serve as an example of what NOT to do. The point is having an election based on choices. The road to better government is indeed a bumpy one filled with twists and turns and may even double back on itself at times but progress is measured by intent and direction. By the way, ask any Black South African if they want to go back to Apartheid despite being worse off and you will understand how silly your last comment sounds.

  • August 4, 2015 at 2:10 am

    What keeps Cuba beautiful and fantastic is its people who managed to maintain and keep it beautiful under so much hardship ,
    what about Jerusalem ? is there a reason why it’s being neglected by UNESCO ? one of the oldest city on the planet ,UNESCO is nothing more then one more leverage they use against those they disagree with , Israel plundered and vandalized just about all the archaeological site in Palestine

  • August 4, 2015 at 1:59 am

    Election , in the same as an American style selections ? the one with the deepest pockets and the most amount of money and the one who’s willing to prostitute himself to corporate money would be the winner , what exactly you have in mind ?
    all the supposed democracy in the US could not stop George Bush from committing genocide in the Middle East , good government through elections is a meth .
    there is no guarantee that whoever replaces the current system will be any better , or solve any problems more than the ones in the system right now , again I will use South Africa for an example in which the population is worse off than under apartheid regime .
    I disagree with an apartheid 100%
    like I have said justice and human dignity what’s really matters .

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