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That’s a nicely atmospheric shot.
I was just thinking about the word washing. Growing up we always called it “the washing” as in hang out the washing, do the washing up. Somehow now I say laundry or do the dishes.
What’s in a word, eh? And how language changes with time….
Love the composition and feeling 🙂
Thanks, Brian….Cuba came up trumps for this one!
I love the aged look of the balconies and the contrast of the young woman putting out the washing and then that amazing turquoise contrast.
That’s Havana for you, John
Having spent a large proportion of my university time studying Castro and the Revolution I am always delighted to see anything about Cuba. So thank you.
Oh, my pleasure!
I like this a lot, Sue. It has a soft, nostalgic feel to it.
Hmm, interesting point
You still have new ones of hanging clotheslines, lovely mood in this shot with the rundown building
Rundown buildings are the norm in Havana
So I have heard, yet to visit it
It’s very sad that people have to live in these places, but, the Cu.bans are very resourceful
So true, well you have no choice, so you have to make the best of it.
Cuba really has a photographic identity. Even if the location was not mentioned, it just seems to scream ‘Havana’. Nicely captured, Sue.
Best wishes, Pete.
Yes, I think it’s pretty recognisable, Pete!