Havana and Trinidad, Cuba are great for “street” photography; shooting quickly to catch people and events as they happen.
It’s also fun to slow down and make more studied compositions using a tripod. Colors and textures are everywhere and scream to be photographed.
The red curtain that the wind has pushed out through window bars is an obvious focal point. The blocks of color and different shapes compliment the window.
This artwork is what someone added to a street sign on the corner of a building. I had to clean it up quite a bit and adjust the color, but to me it’s a meaningful statement.
Just another wall in Old Havana, but I wonder what the story is behind all the layers of paint.