Tobacco Drying Patterns 1 – Cuba

Vinales, Cuba

Vinales, Cuba

 

I could have spent half a day taking photos of the patterns created by the hanging tobacco in the barns. Today’s post shows leaves that are still – mostly –  green. Next week I intend to post the leaves that have turned brown.

Vinales, Cuba

Vinales, Cuba

Vinales, Cuba

Vinales, Cuba

Vinales, Cuba

Vinales, Cuba

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8 comments on “Tobacco Drying Patterns 1 – Cuba

  1. I love the strong lines and vibrant greens!

  2. These images are just fabulous .. Love the green, wood and the light 😊

    • BuntyMcC says:

      Thank you Julie. Light from only three doors made for the strong contrasts and very large apertures, but you are right, the wood and the bright green make the compositions.

  3. inesephoto says:

    The amount of it! The bunches are almost identical.

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