On the previous post, I explained why there are so many classic cars in Cuba and talked about how incredible it is that so many are still on the road today despite an embargo from the USA. This post is just photos – vintage car porn, if you […]
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The Classic Cars of Cuba
“How in the heck do they find parts for those cars!” marveled my dad as I showed him photos of the classic cars of Cuba. As a car guy, he was amazed that there were so many on the road. That was way back in 2003, […]
Photo Essay: Talking Hands
When taking street photos in Mexico and Cuba, I realized that everyone seems to be talking with their hands. The expressive Latinos would have a very difficult time communicating with their hands tied behind their backs, it seems.
50 Photos from 2015
2015 was an interesting year of travel for me. Although I traveled extensively, I spent most of the time going back to places I’d been in the past, getting to see them more in-depth or in a different way.
Mexico Travel Journal Week 9 and 10: Not Cuba
We did not go to Cuba last week. That would be illegal. We have an embargo and travel ban – that I fully support – against the Caribbean nation. But, I did stand on the Caribbean coast and look wistfully at Cuba. I went to Cuba 12 […]
The Art of Photographing Strangers
Street photography is difficult, maybe the most challenging and intimidating genre of photography.
Memoirs of My Trip to Cuba, or Change Is Coming
“Que es eso?” Asked the humorless customs agent as he held up my toothbrush.
The 12 Times (That I know of) That I’ve been Severely Ripped-Off, Robbed, Nearly Murdered or Kidnapped while Traveling
1. The time I was pick-pocketed in the Roman metro I was packed into a crowded carriage on the Roman metro during rush hour, and as the train pulled into a stop, a young gypsy girl – maybe 16-years-old – pulled up her shirt, flashed […]