I just dashed back home from Havana, Cuba–my second trip there this year. Naturally I made quite a few photographs but wanted to get this post up now with a sampling of some of the zigs and zags. On this trip, I was able to be one of just seven which enabled me to explore deeper into Havana’s local culture. I was in Havana for two reasons: 1. to attend photojournalist Peter Turnley’s Moments of the Human Condition exhibition opening and 2. because I am part of a team raising money for the ProDanza Ballet Academy in Havana. We call ourselves Team ProDanza and there is a lot of exciting news I’ll share with you in the coming months. Last week, we brought them all sorts of dance attire and equipment. It was exhilarating.
I’ll be back in the coming weeks with more Havana posts covering Havana architecture, more on Peter Turnley’s exhibit, Hemingway’s haunts, and the people of Havana. Let me say again, I hope those that want to visit Cuba do so soon. Enjoy!
All photographs are taken by me, unless I have noted otherwise in the caption. I use my iPhone 6plus and Canon 5D III.
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