Havana from the Rooftops

Havana from the Rooftops

A late afternoon rooftop view of Old Havana as the sun sets and the evening thundershowers move in.

Surely, Havana was one of the most beautiful cities in the world a half a century ago. And, though neglected, her beauty and elegance still shows through.

Ron Mayhew

Fine Art Photographer specializing in Still Life and Commercial Photography.

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    1. It is now possible. In fact, I am taking a small group there In early December. There are a few spots left. Let me know if you are interested.

  1. What a fabulous photo, Ron. Oh, I do so want to go to Cuba. I’m trying to talk Mike into coming along on your trip, but it’s a lot of money and I don’t know if he’ll agree to it. I am working on him!!

    1. I hope you can make it Cathy. For Cuba, the trip is not expensive. In fact, it is one of the least expensive I’ve seen. We have two women traveling solo. Thank you for your compliment on the photo.

      1. I hope so too, Ron. Sadly, I need to have Mike sign off on it because sadly I have no money after doing so much traveling in China and Myanmar this year. I hope I can tell you something positive soon. 🙂

  2. What a fantastic perspective, the details are incredible!

    1. Thank you so much and thanks for visiting.

  3. How was Havana? Did you feel safe there? Could you explore the city at nights? Do you have to know Spanish to get around?

    1. Havana is wonderful. My favorite city. And yes it is a safe city, easy to get around day or night. You don’t need Spanish in the more touristy areas. The kids are taught English as a second language in school. I will be taking a small group there in early December and will have three English speaking guides, two are professional photographers. Still have a few spaces left. Let me know if interested.

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