Doors & Windows of Cuba

  I did a lot of walking in Trinidad and was intrigued by the grandeur of the architecture, indicating the wealth that once was. I have a hard time admiring people with enormous wealth because I believe that in most cases it was made at the expense of someone else – in 1700 and 1800 Cuba it was slaves. It […]

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Cuba: Gran Theatro de La Habana

The Great Theater of Havana is one magnificent building. I wasn’t able to take photos of the exterior because of weather but was thrilled with the interior architecture. It houses the Cuban National Ballet and has hosted renowned performers of the arts from around the world. Sharon and I checked to see if we could see a performance while we […]

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Cuba: Doors of Matanza

The Cubans have a wonderful cultural heritage in their architecture. I took many photos of doors and windows and rooftops and cornices and walls. So many of the doors in Cuba were open and I wondered about the stories of those who entered and exited them. My inspiration for this post was the blog Norman 2.0 and Norm’s Thursday Doors. […]

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What’s the Story?

Julie and I went on one of our outings down dirt roads this morning. We hit some roads we have never been down and found this interesting little house. It is abandoned and in disrepair but it is evident that a great deal of creativity and love went into building it. I wish I knew the story behind this home. […]

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