Caribbean, Cuba, Photo Essays

Cuba: Waiting For The Revolution

April 19, 2012 By Danny Lascano

Photographer Daniel Lascano captured the following images in Cuba from July 7-28, 2011 as he traveled from Havana to Baracoa. Lascano writes, “Cuba for me– and many Latin Americans– is a pilgrimage of sorts because at one point it represented our most hopeful desires for our burgeoning American republics; sadly, we realized that it came at the cost of autonomy and personal development. Hence, I wanted to demystify Cuba and personally deconstruct what the revolution meant in the Cuban psyche.”

1 Comment

The #12 photo of the sunset on Havana is really great. It really is a place lost in time isn’t it?

Comments are closed.