I love how the waves are hitting the wall like a tsumani is ready to happen. I like how yo got a up close picture, but how did you do that?
I just love how foreign photographers pimp images of Cuba without actually experiencing life in Cuba and trying to at the very least tell a story. Just make the image go back to the hotel and sell it to anyone that want's to buy it. It's almost cowardly. It's as if you paid your admission to go to a zoo, shot wild animals in captivity and passed it off as wildlife photography. I have actually seen this several times, on several visits. I visit and stay with family. I live the experience of no hot water, horrible food, and intermittent electricity. Oh and no AC. If they have lived like this for 50 years, I can do it for a couple of weeks. I also get involved in peoples lives that I photograph, send back images and share the profit with them.
@Carlos Fernandez So whats your point?
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