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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View from Atop: Trinidad

This week’s photography prompt from Cheri is “Atop” and I started thinking about photos I had taken from up high here in southern Florida. And then I laughed because the highest places in my neighborhood are the interstate overpasses. There is a city ordinance that buildings can only be three stories tall. I don’t have access to these “tall” buildings […]

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A Good Match: Cuban Friends

I never met these women – didn’t even get closer than across the street, looking down from my hotel window. But I know they are a good match – close friends. Look how they are talking, how relaxed they are. And the biggest clue that they are a good match, is that they are humble enough to give and receive […]

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Cuban Turquoise

The Cubans’ love for color is very evident in Trinidad. Elisa’s travel theme photo prompt this week is turquoise, giving me a wonderful opportunity to share some of my photos of street scenes and architecture of this fun city.   You can read about how we found the wonderful travel company we used and the design of this custom tour […]

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