Trinidad, Cuba 2004
(All photos copyrighted by Richard Smith. Non-commercial use ok with approval and attribution.)
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A young child who lived somewhere near the old abandoned church above Trinidad.
In an area of about ten square blocks in Trinidad the buildings are painted and cared for.
Outside this tourist area the streets are dirt and stone.
School children in uniform. The red scarves represent the communist party and the "revolution."
A typical street near Trinidad's tourist area.
This shy young woman sells bean necklaces and dolls her aunt makes.
She was not aware I was taking this photo.
Cuba's children: confident, brash, polite most of the time. Most seem to have a great sense of humor and fun.
I was sitting on a hillside above Trinidad and four young women from Chile walked by.
One stopped to talk to one of the ever-present children.
The view toward Ancon and the Caribbean from a hill above Trinidad, Cuba.