… but these logs just off the shores of Jericho Beach, earlier this year, were still striking. Thinly wrapped with snow, they gleamed in the afternoon sunlight. These mountain and water views are also pretty impressive. That’s Lighthouse Park dwarfed by the mountains, above, and below you have a couple of partial glimpses of what we call Sleeping … More All Washed Up
In Havana, you’ll find people clustered here and there on the Malecón night and day. You can walk or run along the gently curving seawall, as long as the waves don’t flood the surrounding neighbourhood, as they did a week or so before I took these photos. I was going to say that you can easily … More Working the Malecón: Havana, Cuba
On Havana’s Boulevard de San Rafael, as in much of the city, you’ll find yourself in the midst of colourful old buildings with magnificently high ceilings on each level. In fact, I’d guess that the ground floor ceiling of the casa particular in which I stayed was at least 25′ / more than 7.5 metres high. The … More On the Balcony: Faces of Cuba
It’s almost a couple of weeks since I returned from a first visit to Cuba, where anyone who loves photography is spoiled for options. You have the natural environment and colourful spectacles of cars as well as grand old buildings that are visual feasts, even (sometimes especially!) if they’re in decline. Last, but certainly not least, you … More Little Girl With a Big Personality
When you fly, do you book an aisle seat? I know many people do – some in order to avoid a sense of claustrophobia, and others for the convenience of not needing to climb over others’ legs when you need to stretch your own legs or install yourself in one of those compact bathrooms. Typically, you’ll … More Cloud Nine: Over the Florida Keys
Flying in to Toronto late last month, the city’s lights were sparkling and the freeways were ribbons of glittering gold.
Who doesn’t love classic cars? I’m back from travels to Cuba, which began with a brief stay in Varadero. While there were a few modern cars such as this yellow one, more of them were of a much older vintage… … a vintage that wasn’t unfamiliar. After all, many boomers rode in cars such as these … More Cruising Cuba’s Coastline