Neighborhood Life – Havana May 6, 2015 Children / Cuba / Culture / Havana / People / Street Photography / Travel Photography 16 Comments If children playing in the streets is an indicator of the success of a city, then Havana’s streets may be some of the most successful in the world. ___Ethan Kent Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrLinkedInEmailWhatsAppPinterestPrintLike this:Like Loading... Tags: children, Cuba, Culture, Havana, Photography, postaday, Ron Mayhew, Street Photography, Travel Photography Continue Reading Previous PostThe Art of the Cuban CigarNext PostAbandoned Glad Ron Mayhew Fine Art Photographer specializing in Still Life and Commercial Photography. You Might Also Like Mahjong | Still Life Series April 15, 2020 Inside a Vietnamese Brick Kiln March 16, 2014 Still Life with Mandarins and Plums March 22, 2021 This Post Has 16 Comments Oh, the Places We See 6 May 2015 Reply Love the top one because it shows several activities at once — just the way it is in the streets! Loading... fotograffer 7 May 2015 Reply It is my favorite too. Thanks for visiting. Loading... anotherday2paradise 6 May 2015 Reply Lovely photos, Ron. There can’t be many cities where children can safely play in the streets. I’d love to have a go with one of those hula hoops. 🙂 Loading... fotograffer 7 May 2015 Reply I bet those kids would love to let you try one out. 🙂 Loading... Dalo 2013 7 May 2015 Reply Great photos Ron, and I love that quote because it is so true ~ anywhere you kids smiling, playing and happy with life is a place that has a great future. Cheers! Loading... fotograffer 11 May 2015 Reply Exactly. And I think most Cubans are optimistic. I am. Loading... Pinetree Photo Nature Discovery 7 May 2015 Reply Great kid photos (always a photography favorite for me.) Like the bursts of color in the top photo. Loading... fotograffer 11 May 2015 Reply Mine too Carol. I especially like the first one too. So much happening. Loading... catbirdinchina 8 May 2015 Reply Oh Ron, I so adore your Havana pictures. I got your email by the way. Thanks for that. I’ll write you back soon. I need to talk to my husband about it over the weekend. 🙂 Loading... fotograffer 11 May 2015 Reply 🙂 Loading... ritebook 9 May 2015 Reply The rhythm of Joy…………….. Loading... fotograffer 11 May 2015 Reply Indeed. Thank you. Loading... Fictionquest 9 May 2015 Reply I love your work and share with all my friends.. . you have such a perceptive eye. Cheers Bev Loading... fotograffer 11 May 2015 Reply Thank you so much, Bev. You made my day. 🙂 Loading... Cardinal Guzman 20 May 2015 Reply Happy faces! Loading... fotograffer 23 May 2015 Reply Indeed. Always love seeing kids being kids. Thanks. Loading... Leave a ReplyCancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.