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Photo by Yaniel Tolentino

Ebony and Ivory

Faces of everyday life that sometimes draws a daunting imagine, as if it involved live always hope. People on the street. People on the street. Looks that do not lie and eyes that see all contradictions, poses and conveniences. A … Continued

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Photo by Otmaro Rodríguez

Lives

To see who you are, you need to know where you come from. Millions of people are delivered to work daily in Cuba, they strive to bring support their family with dignity. Many carry anchored in his heart longing for a … Continued

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Photo by Otmaro Rodríguez

San Pedro’s funeral

At the funeral of San Pedro, the mourners, congas and people go after a wheelbarrow where the saint “rests”. A journey full of joy, dances and drinks from the Plaza of workers to Charity in Camagüey. In Charity, the saint … Continued

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Photo by Yaniel Tolentino

Chivichanas

The Chivichana are handmade artifacts that Cuban children use to drop quickly down the steep streets. Using these pieces of wood with wheels is part of growing up on the island. Being able to play in the streets without hazards is … Continued

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Photo by Yander Zamora

Catching Moments

There’s nothing as agreeable as going out with camera in hand catching moments and discovering details, characters and unique occasions in familiar or unknown streets. I believe photography is a profession in which it is best to apologize before asking … Continued

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El Cano’s Ceramic Industry

There are many places in Havana that sell ceramic products from El Cano, but most people don’t know how those items are produced, or how the life of the town revolves around that industry. The foundation of El Cano dates … Continued

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Cubans celebrate May Day

The May Day parade in Cuba is a tradition that won’t disappear easily. For years Cubans have rallied through the main squares of the country on May 1st to mark International Worker’s Day. Hundreds of thousands of them did so … Continued

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Bus terminal

Two blocks away from 120 Street, in the western part of Havana, there’s one of the most important transportation hubs in the city, populated by buses, shared taxis, and small food businesses. The locals call it the Playa bus terminal. … Continued

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Of sea and mountains

I will continue to travel through my country, looking for the stories hidden by the seaside or at the foot of mountains to experience them and bring back with me a picture of every wave, of every shade of mountainous … Continued

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Highway

The bus stops for a lunch break 6 miles from Bolondron, and the photographer takes the opportunity to tour the sourounding area. The highway is burning under the sun and not many people want to risk walking on the hot … Continued

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