A Storm Moving into Havana

As a storm rolls into Havana.

Photo Feature by Ernesto Gonzalez Diaz

HAVANA TIMES – On Friday, March 29, from 11:45 to 12 of the day, I took these images in the downtown Havana corner of 23 and Malecon.

All morning it had been raining and still drizzling slightly, because a cold front was approaching, causing in the sky an immense and beautiful variety of grays and a slight swell on the seawall.

On one side illuminated all by the overhead light of the sun, on the other, the cloudiness nuanced the horizon with the light that remains after the rain.

The same corner, the same time, the same camera and the same apprentice photographer, and as a result different colors trying to expose the magic of nature.

 

As a storm rolls into Havana on March 29, 2019

 

Havana from 23rd and malecon streets.

 

On March 29, 2019, shortly before a storm rolled into Havana.

 

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One thought on “A Storm Moving into Havana

  • April 14, 2019 at 3:23 pm
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    Beautiful pics. Havana at it’s most seductive and romantic mood… a storm brewing with dark clouds contrasting with the soft pastel colours of Havana. Sitting on the Malecon with a gorgeous Cuban lady watching it all, the feint smell of a cigar, music in the distance, the ocean mist on your face to a Caribbean breeze…truly perhaps the world’s most magical enchanting place!

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