Collected by cheryl peress
4, Rue 5, Pòtoprens, Haiti
If ever there was an utterly broken country, Haiti is it. The capital city of Port-au-Prince is a mammoth crumbling mess of dilapidated buildings, unspeakable poverty, stinking garbage,and blaring traffic. To be fair. the 2010 earthquake only made...
Rue De L'eglise, Jacmel, Haiti
Jacmel, the tiny enclave in southern Haiti, about a 3 hour drive from the hectic capital of Port-au-Prince, is a tiny gem in a country that appears to have been left out to pasture. There are two ways to get there: jam-packed local bus with zero...
Calle San José, Trinidad 62600, Cuba
If ever there was an image that conjures up Cuba, it has to be of an older man smoking a classic cigar. And here you have it. These guys were fixtures in the old town near the central plaza of Trinidad. Each day during my one week stay, I'd find...
Malecon, La Habana, Cuba
Once in a while you catch a shot that is completely unexpected - one of those rare occasions when everything plays out right, you snap, and you have a keeper. During this particularly stormy afternoon, I was the only one foolish enough to be...
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