Cuba - Colorful Decay

Many of the buildings in Havana (and elsewhere in Cuba) were once grand but have begun to crumble. Maintenance is expensive, and the country has little money for other than the essentials of food, education, and health care. Although this situation is unfortunate for Cuba, it's a gift to the photographer who likes to photograph romantic decay. Here are a couple of examples; more to come.


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This page contains a single entry by Victor Bloomfield published on January 17, 2010 10:09 AM.

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