Many Cubans in Havana have to ride the bus to work. It’s not usually an easy task. Buses are often late and always crowded. They are hot and the dirty air of the city gets trapped inside.
Its tough getting on and getting the doors closed.
Someone is always looking.
Sometimes they notice the camera.
A fun look at some of the RED taxis I found in La Habana.
I often like to sit on a doorstep and watch the kids play.
Sure, they show off and pose for me, but after a while they forget that I’m there with a camera and I’m able to get more candid images.
One day after the President of the United States ate at Palladar San Cristobal the street returned to its usual hustle and bustle.
Except, of course, for the news crews filming the restaurant and interviewing people who live in the area.
Construction crew jack-hammers the sidewalk.
People hang out and socialize.
The water truck makes a delivery to Palladar San Cristobal.