Monday, December 17, 2007

M-26-7

M-26-7


Always around July 26th throughout Cuba you'll find cuban flags...everywhere! As the months pass you'll continue to see traces of the small paper flags that adorn everything.
This is a very typical street scene in La Habana...so much life...someone on the street yelling up 6 stories...music from many different radios...the piropos...it's a very addictive energy. You could walk the same street every day at the same hour and it's miraculously always different...and the best part is you don't know what to expect around the next corner.

5 comments:

Liz said...

Great blog you've got Roy. Beautiful photographs, great essays, thoughtful and moving. Great work! Makes me miss Havana!

Roy Llera said...

Thank you Liz for the commentary. Come back often...I'll be posting on a regular basis.

estanciacubana.net said...

Great picture!

Great Blog!!!

Tomás Estrada-Palma said...

Let's hope nobody was under that pile of debris - well...except maybe Fidel of Raul perhaps.

ricardo lange said...

Some economists sustain that the wealth of a country can be measured by the amount of junk thrown away by its people.

To judge by this standard Cuba seems to be a wealthy and prosperous country as you can every day watch piles of junk on the side streets of La Habana.

Eventually you may learn that it is always the same pile growing as days go by due to lack of transport to dispose of it.