Waiting for Rain – Havana, Cuba July 21, 2015 Black and White / Cuba / Havana / Landscape / Street Photography 11 Comments Three young men sit on the seawall along Havana’s Malecon watching the approaching thunderstorm. Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrLinkedInEmailWhatsAppPinterestPrintLike this:Like Loading... Tags: Black & White, Cuba, Culture, Havana, Landscape, Photography, Ron Mayhew, seascape, Street Photography, weather Continue Reading Previous PostHalf and Half, Black and WhiteNext PostThe Beauty of Decay Close Upl Ron Mayhew Fine Art Photographer specializing in Still Life and Commercial Photography. You Might Also Like Early Morning Light at Blowing Rocks Preserve|Jupiter, FL April 4, 2020 My 10 Favorite Photos from 2015 December 30, 2015 In the Middle of Nowhere January 23, 2014 This Post Has 11 Comments anisioluiz2008 21 Jul 2015 Reply Reblogged this on O LADO ESCURO DA LUA. Loading... fotograffer 23 Jul 2015 Reply Thank you. Loading... anotherday2paradise 21 Jul 2015 Reply Fantastic shot, Ron. I wonder how long before those young men have to make a run for it? 😕 Loading... fotograffer 23 Jul 2015 Reply Actually, the rain passed them and me by, but the sunset was spectacular. Thanks, Sylvia. Loading... Sal Anastasio 21 Jul 2015 Reply A wonderful, engrossing photo! Loading... fotograffer 23 Jul 2015 Reply Thank you, Sal. Soon you,lol be seizing it for yourself. Loading... Dalo 2013 28 Jul 2015 Reply Love this shot ~ the great expanse. Not a better place to view it all either, storm or not 🙂 Loading... fotograffer 30 Jul 2015 Reply There is something special about watching storms over the water. The awe of nature. Thanks Randall. Loading... Outosego 7 Apr 2019 Reply Wonderful. I Like, I Share, & I follow. Thank you. Loading... fotograffer 16 Apr 2019 Reply Thank you, Outosego Loading... Outosego 16 Apr 2019 Reply You’ re very welcome, Sir. You are a wonderful and an exceptional photographer. It’s more than obvious. I really enjoy your blog and your adventures. Additionally, I want to mention that I like the way you introduce yourself, Sir. And I always give the following advice to the young writers : Do you see this ? This is how you should introduce yourself. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.