Cuban Seniors

Lunch in the park, Old Havana, on my first half day in Cuba.

Lunch in the park, Old Havana, on my first half day in Cuba.

Having started a series of posts of Cuban people, now I jump from children to older folks.

Havana Cuba Day 1 – I think this man might have been a visitor!

Leisure in Central Havana February 2016

Leisure in Central Havana February 2016

Cuba Day 2 - with a much loved and obedient dog.

Cuba Day 2 – with a much loved and obedient dog.

Cuba Day 2 - with a much loved and obedient dog.

Cuba Day 2 – with a much loved and obedient dog.

More seniors next week.

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20 comments on “Cuban Seniors

  1. Each photo tells a story! Very nice.

  2. nivs24 says:

    Stolen moments 🙂

  3. jnkbrdg says:

    Great images

  4. Wonderful captures….lovely all of them 😀

  5. Beautiful people !

  6. Terrific photos. Slices of life.

  7. The first couple are so opposite it’s almost funny. He’s caught you it looks like and not interested at all in lunch, she’s got no clue about you and is focused on lunch, her accessories are a backpack and layers of napkins, and his is that big garbage can with a white sack hanging on it, she’s dressed to go out, and he’s in work attire. There are more opposites about them too. I can on, but won’t. 🙂

    I’m a little steeped in opposites, and similar at the moment as I teach #1 Grandson these things daily. 🙂

    I love, love, love the red carved door in image 3! WOW what a door. The carving and old weather paint really give it beauty and character. You don’t see doors like this around here.

  8. BuntyMcC says:

    I did not figure out how the two in the first photo were connected, but they were obviously together as the closeness of their legs suggests. As for the doors, they were everywhere in Cuba – that WabiSabi look applied to everything: doors, windows, grille work, tiles, balconies…..

  9. You and your camera loved Cuba … 😄

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