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Visiting My Family Again

Since my first visit to Cuba in 1991, I have as often as possible visited a farming family in the valley of Viñales, in the eastern part of the country. The family has become like a second family for me, … Continue reading

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Back from Cuba

Cuba is changing rapidly, particularly the capital, Havana. The influx of the increasing amount of tourists visiting the country is no more evident than in the country’s capital. It’s still nowhere near a city like for instance Prague, which I … Continue reading

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Where Time Stands Still

As much as I wrote that Cuba is changing in my last post, this doesn’t occur for people in the countryside, that is, the majority of Cubans. So it is for the family of farmers I have followed closely over … Continue reading

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A Family of Farmers

Last week I wrote about the new photo workshop I am teaching in Cuba in the autumn coming up. As a celebratory, little teaser for the workshop itself I thought I’ll show a handful of pictures from one of my … Continue reading

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My Second Family

I think nothing is as inspiring for your creative development as a personal long term project. By working with one subject over time you get to know your subject in quite a different way and find new ways to express … Continue reading

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