Havana, with its 16th century Spanish colonial architecture and early 20th century American cars driving around the streets, is a photographer's dream. Much of the Old Town which was falling into disrepair last time I visited has been rebuilt and with it has lost a little of its character, but the bright colours, strong smells and endless hubs of activity are still there.
This portfolio was shot in Havana last year over New Year's Eve. A handy tip - Cubans have a tradition of throwing buckets of water out of their upstairs window on the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve to clear away negativity and bad omens. No one told me this until it was way too late....
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