Por-las-tardes

Photo Feature by Juan Suarez

HAVANA TIMES — Virtually every day this HT contributing photographer hits the pavement in search of those daily life images that capture the essence of the Cuban capital and its people. You’ve seen many of his images accompanying our articles and also appearing on our Facebook page. Here’s a selection of his work.

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2 thoughts on “What I See on Havana’s Streets (I)

  • So why do they keep fleeing Cuba? I don’t see the residents of Detroit risking their lives on rickety rafts to float to Canada. I wonder why?

  • Looks like Detroit ,Havana and Detroit could become sister cites.Only differance is Havana is much safer and the crime rate is much lower and the people have free health care and much better weather .There are lots of other large cities in USA that have core areas that look like this , you sure you want to go to Miami folks ?

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