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Here’s another ‘One’ from my travels, this time from Camaguey, Cuba a few years ago. I loved the colours, the old Colonial architecture and the slightly dilapidated feel of the place, in a charming way.

Solitary in Camaguey

Solitary in Camaguey

10 comments

  1. Sue, this is a great image. I love the strong leading lines, the lighting, and the soft pastels of the Cuban colors. The woman isolated adds a sense of direction and a bit of mystery–who is she? What’s in her bag? Where is she going. This is a super story photo.

  2. Suzanne

    Wow – you have travelled a lot. How wonderful to have been to Cuba. It must be a fascinating place.

    • Certainly was, I would love to go back again, but someone else would probably need to do the driving this time!

      • Suzanne

        i feel like that when I travel these days regardless of health. Driving in my own country is baffling enough. OS – it’s just too hard to contemplate. I travel round on local buses and trains where I can. Mostly buses.

      • But I love driving…just that I don’t have the stamina these days!

      • Suzanne

        I’m sorry to hear that you can’t do it anymore. Take care and listen to your body – love – Suzanne

      • Oh, I do, and I still get to do some interesting stuff…Ring the bells that still can ring!

  3. It’s a whole different world, isn’t it, Sue? Nicole at Thirdeyemom has some fabulous shots from her recent visit. Don’t know if you know her? She does some great work in 3rd world countries. Cuba certainly has its own poverty issues. 🙂

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