November 4, 2015
A view of the Malecón from the top of Morro Castle's lighthouse in Havana, Cuba. The Malecón (officially Avenida de Maceo) is a broad esplanade, roadway and seawall which stretches for five miles along the coast of Havana.
Photo courtesy of Insight Editions. 2015 Lorne Resnick.
Early morning in Centro Havana.
Often when the winds pick up and the sea gets stormy, the waves will crash over the Malecón wall. If it's hot enough the kids come out to play in the spray.
Shot in Vedado, a neighborhood in Havana. These two sisters are sharing a pair of eggs one early morning.
Two young girls playing cards at a primary school in Old Havana.
Centro Havana just after an aguacero, or downpour.
Two fisherman stand on the Malecón wall as the sun sets behind them.
Driving through Centro Havana in a Cuban taxi. The joy of riding around Havana in an old American convertible in the bight Caribbean sunshine is hard to overstate or explain.
A beautiful old American car flashes by just after a summer rain.
Boys jumping into the ocean from the Malecón on a hot summer day.
A pick-up basketball game in Old Havana.
A coin hockey game in Santiago de Cuba. Lacking the availability of games in stores, kids make use of throwaway materials to fashion into toys.
Training in the outdoor boxing gym Rafael Trejo in Old Havana.
Taxi drivers wait for fares in Centro Havana.
A flower seller in Old Havana.
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