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Cuba – City of Cienfuegos

June 14 2016 - Studio Press

The City of Cienfuegos (on the south coast east of the Bay of Pigs) in the morning:


I liked this city. The long main thoroughfare was line with columned buildings as you see in the background… Large morning crowds of people center right are waiting for transportation.  _DSC0903

Escobas en venta! A peddler sells his wares, while young girls wait on a ride to school. _DSC0912

artist painting with the morning light, while an artisan seems to be repairing a large window panel…_DSC0931-2

A European tourists passing through town sits in a solitary space drinking the morning brew…_DSC0926

A mile of columns on both sides of main street buttressing a canopy that will certainly provide some welcome shade at high noon…_DSC0929-2-2

One Miss beginning the day at the office, another captured trying and buying something pretty to wear…


A view of the town square and a shopping promenade on the upper right stretching into the distance.


Photos mostly of Che from the time of the revolution…


Those who enjoy reading history may want to read Humberto Fontova’s  Exposing the Real Che Guevara . The rocking ladies are watching over the reconstruction of a beautiful old palatial home…


Thank heaven for little girls, readying themselves to leave the classroom, destination unknown, and each expressing their individual personality. The boy has his attention elsewhere…


Leaving and moving on the oldest city in the new hemisphere, Trinidad, settled in 1514…