There is something hauntingly alluring about beauty in decay, particularly when the process is as organic as the subject. It’s one of the reasons autumn is my favourite season. It’s also one of the reasons I was originally attracted to Havana.
I spent two days and no nights in Havana as I took day trips from Jibacoa to the capital. Many of the sites in this piece are ones that most travellers to Havana will visit on organized government tours; I tried to capture, perhaps, a different view of what many tourists photograph. At times, it was a challenge to not snap shots of foreigners in this Havana photo series.
The buildings in this photo series provide a glimpse of old Havana. They were taken over the course of two days and are the second installment to a three part photo series of Havana. Part I is here; Part III here.