Vinales, Cuba, lies in the far West of the Island in the province of Pinar del Rio and is known for growing tobacco as well as the spectacular limestone formations known as magotes. The bottom photograph was taken a block off the main road through Vinales, which is paved. The top two were taken from the balcony of our hotel, Los Jazmines. I got up early and sat out there and watched the sun come up as the valley mist evaporated. I love the panorama function on the Sony cameras.