Thursday, November 22, 2012


While these photographs are not necessarily compositional masterpieces, they show an aspect of daily Cuban life that would frustrate those of us with easy access to phone service, the internet, and other technological marvels. No Cuban takes these things for granted. The bottom photo depicts Cubans standing in line to get minutes put on their cells at the main phone center in Old Havana on Obispo Street. A friend told me they don't need to wait in line to get the minutes, but that's what they're used to. All photos taken with the Sony NEX 5n. 

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