One / 65 and One / 66

I make no apology for showing the first image again – when I posted it yesterday, I forgot that it was to be part of my continuing ‘One’ series! I have a number from my recent trip, so here are the first two, both from Havana.

Hanging out the washing

This must have been a splendid building at one time:

At the window of the Palacio

27 comments

  1. Ah. Grandeur in decay. V. evocative. I’d love to go to Havana.

  2. Those windows were good for your ‘One’ series, Sue!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Shabby splendor. Lovely shots and the one person against the imposing building makes for a great contrast.

    janet

  4. Great shots , Sue…!

  5. Wonderful shots! Would love to visit there one day

  6. wonderful photos, Sue. I guess in Havanna there is a lot of decaying beauty to be photographed. Regards Mitza

  7. Both great buildings Sue, I love the shutters. And both interesting ‘one’ images.

  8. I’m more than happy to look at any of your photos twice. A splendid building indeed, and your “one” splendidly placed

    (You might want to reconsider your use of the phrase “came up trumps”!!!)

  9. Great photos, Sue. Thaks for sharing.

  10. I was expect the house to have more color .. but they are very pale … beautiful pale.

  11. Did you ever wonder what these houses look like inside? I noticed myself trying to sneak glimpses in whenever I could.

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