Traditional 'tinajon' or round earthen pot covered with green and black moss on backyard of a colonial house. In the past, they were used for keeping rain water.
Charcoal making or production. Charcoal pile for the traditional production of charcoal from red mangrove by coastal inhabitants of Cuba
Cuban workers painting the Brother Sainz Association building ( Asociacion Hermanos Sainz). They are in scaffold and use brushes to get the job done.
Three-wheeler auto rickshaw ('motoneta') turning to the right at the corner of a narrow city street
Cuban colonial architecture: non typical facade and porch in an old house. The house belonged to Gabriel A. Maestre, public attorney in Las Tunas
Vintage alleyways in the Cuban city. The non tourist area of Camaguey offers its own beauty to visitors. Camaguey is a Unesco World Heritage Site
Old American truck transporting passengers in the Cuban National Highway. Scarce transportation means allow private operators to make a living transporting passengers in old obsolete trucks.
Beauty of the Cuban countryside. Hanabanilla dam or lake natural reserve. Beauty in nature: awesome green and blue colors of the tropical climate.
Plaza 'El Carmen' life sized sculptures. The water carrier is a recreation of an old traditional local story.