That Boy’s Got Rhythm – Havana April 29, 2015 Cuba / Culture / Havana / Music / Street Photography 12 Comments Life is about rhythm. We vibrate, our hearts are pumping blood, we are a rhythm machine, that’s what we are. ___Mickey Hart Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrLinkedInEmailWhatsAppPinterestPrintLike this:Like Loading... Tags: children, Cuba, Culture, Drumming, Music, Photography, postaday, Ron Mayhew, Street Photography, Travel Photography Continue Reading Previous PostHavana, 7:21amNext PostThe Art of the Cuban Cigar Ron Mayhew Fine Art Photographer specializing in Still Life and Commercial Photography. You Might Also Like Discovering the Escher-esque Chand Baori, Abhaneri , India August 11, 2014 Fruit Vendor – Old Havana April 1, 2015 The Local Watering Hole, Prague October 16, 2016 This Post Has 12 Comments Oh, the Places We See 29 Apr 2015 Reply Great pictures filled with emotion and color! Loading... fotograffer 30 Apr 2015 Reply Havana is full of emotion and color. Makes the photography easy. 🙂 Thanks for you comment. Loading... Pinetree Photo Nature Discovery 29 Apr 2015 Reply The rhythm and the music – so looking forward to that aspect. Loading... fotograffer 30 Apr 2015 Reply There will be lots of that for sure. Loading... Playamart - Zeebra Designs 29 Apr 2015 Reply He’s definitely into his music and certainly has rhythm! Loading... fotograffer 30 Apr 2015 Reply It seems as though all of Havana moves to a rhythm. Thanks Lisa. Loading... anotherday2paradise 29 Apr 2015 Reply Great captures, Ron. 🙂 Loading... fotograffer 30 Apr 2015 Reply Thanks Sylvia. Loading... Dalo 2013 1 May 2015 Reply Wonderful ~ you can feel the beat and the mood of the place with these action/thoughtful shots. Loading... fotograffer 7 May 2015 Reply Havana is a very rhythmic, sensual place and one I never tire of. Thanks, Randall. Loading... Donrayvic 5 May 2015 Reply Great interpretation and capture of this young percussionist. We attended the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, this past weekend. There are many young musicians that line the festival grounds at the end of the day, simply to gain recognition in order to gain an opportunity to perform later. The culture of New Orleans is very rich with similar opportunities of capturing young musicians as they develop. Have you ever done the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival? Loading... fotograffer 7 May 2015 Reply I think it’s true of most artists. They simply want an opportunity to show what they can do. Thanks for commenting. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.