socialist country there is no time for selecting one bird over another as the
national feathery friend. If such a
title existed, the flamboyance of the peacock is our choice as it captures the colors and spirit of Cuba.
Editor’s note: On a daily basis
from June 1 thru June 30, 2015 Pillar to Post online magazine is featuring
articles, photos and insights resulting from a recent group tour, an adventure
we dubbed: the April 23 Brigade’s Tour of Cuba 2015.
All photographs by Bruce Henderson,
|Havana skyline from the East / Fortaleza La Cabana|
Pillar to Post thanks top photographer Bruce Henderson of Rancho Santa Fe,
California for contributing so many of his image to this special series on
Cuba. He’s prolific in the number of
shots he takes and his command of the frame and subject matter is only surpassed
by his keen sense of lighting. Bruce is
always exploring and inventing ways to produce the next best perfect shot.
Cuba: View from the Cienfuegos Yacht Club restaurant|
antique car rush hour.
the soul of Cuba
|Havana's North shore skyline with Hotel Nacional (center).|
|Food demonstration at Arte Chef Restaurant with groupmember Nancy Henderson|
|Vintage sportscar (rare) with garage (more rare).|
|Afternoon tropical storm in Havana drops five inches of rain in two hours|
|Cobblestone streets of UNESCO World Heritage City, Trinidad, Cuba|
|Stately entrance to the 1930 Hotel Nacional de Cuba|
|Main lunch entree (shredded pork) at Arte Chef Restaurant|
|The Studio of Jose Fuster, one of Cuba's living artistic legends.|
|Good buddy, a little rum, nice day--thumbs up.|
|Doesn't get any cooler than taking a spin in a vintage Ford around Havana.|
|Dawn over the Straits of Florida from upper floor of of Havana's Hotel Nacional|
|Mercado San Jose along Havana's lower Eastside waterfront.|
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