Cuba

Cuba

PaperPlane | November 10th, 2007

Photo by Hayley Anderson
When wandering the back streets of Granma, a small island in southern Cuba, this waif-like child appeared around the corner. Her dress in tatters, barefooted and playing with an old iron ‘hoop’ she was oblivious to me waiting for my ‘decisive moment’. A moment where I would try to capture, [...]

Americas, Cuba, Miscellaneous

Cuba … Libré?

PaperPlane | July 18th, 2007

Words Joel Patterson
Photos Dustin Humphrey
As Fidel Castro turns 80, amid increasing speculation over his ailing health, the race is on to see the real Havana before it disappears forever.
With the Americanization of Costa Rica nearly complete, and the steadily rising tide of Western tourism flooding into former civil-war-ravaged no-travel zones like Nicaragua, Honduras, and El [...]

Americas, Cuba, Miscellaneous

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