Little Havana Home, Miami
Photograph by Christopher Flores
In November 2008, students from Little Havana Institute High School in Miami, Florida, attended a National Geographic Photo Camp led by National Geographic contributing photographer Maggie Steber. For five days, the students photographed, edited, and designed a portrait of their natural world and the environmental issues facing their community. This gallery showcases the students' work.
Here, Photo Camp participant Christopher Flores captured a shot of a colorful local house in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami.
Thorny Plant, Miami Botanical Garden
Photograph by Guadalupe Espinoza
Photo Camp participants visited the Miami Botanical Garden and photographed various flowers and plants.
Fruit Stand, Little Havana
Photograph by Mack Mercado
A woman holds a puppy as she minds her fruit stand in an open-air market on Main Street in Little Havana.
Dominoes in Little Havana
Photograph Edgardo Gitierrez
Men play a game of dominoes in a park in Little Havana.
Young Man Kicking a Red Ball
Photograph by Yamil Montanez
A young man kicks a red ball on the street in Little Havana.
Waterfront Lights, Miami, Florida
Photograph by Moises Barquero
Photographed at night and at close range, lights take on an abstract feel.
Under a Miami Highway
Photograph by Alexander Brenes
A different perspective shows the industrial underside of a portion of highway in Miami.
Apartment Walkway, Little Havana
Photograph by Brian Hernandez
As part of the Photo Camp participants’ daily assignments, students took their cameras home and photographed their personal surroundings. Here, the walkway to a student's apartment.
Nature Still Life
Photograph by Vanessa Teran
During her trip to the Miami Botanical Garden, Photo Camp participant Cindy Zelaya arranged fruits, flowers, and a pine cone in a tribute to nature’s beauty.
Man Feeding Birds, Miami, Florida
Photograph by Cindy Zelaya
Pigeons flock to a man feeding them near a waterway.
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