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I recently revisited this gallery and some of the images that I'd taken in Cuba, Feb 2004.
I've despeckled and adjusted exposures and colours a bit in PS and reposted.
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I am a big fan of Phil Douglis and am currently working my way through his favorite artists - I can see why you are listed - with photography that is stunning, evocative, drawing you into the moment - they leave me speechless...Thank you for sharing them!
Excelente galeria de CUBA,mi preferida es el niño arrodillado en el banco de la iglesia con su mirada infantil, no se que miraria el seria algo agradable porque su rostro se ve sereno.Muchas gracias de esta cubana.
First of all , thank you very much for the joy you are giving us , allowing your pictures to be seen !!! Bravo for the beautiful job in taking these pictures ( in Cuba ) .
Being a PPS maker myself , I would like your authorization to use the pictures and make a mpps or more , and of course this will not be used for any commercial purposes (!!) .
If you agree , for me to use the pictures for pps making , You will receive a copy of each pps I make ( if at all ) .
Excellent and very sensual portrait of cuba. I`ve been to cuba with a study group in 1988. At this time there are only guide tours (with a cuban guide!) allowed. Lovely memories - thanks for sharing!
I would like to ask permission to use your image of the Guernica billboard on my blog. I'll include a photo credit and link back to your photo gallery, of course. I generally prefer to host images on my own server to avoid possible dead links in the future, etc.
I'm currently organizing a campaign to post Guernica on billboards in the US as a war protest, and would like to show the image of the Cuban billboard as an example of how the work has been used in different contexts. With your permission, the image would be hosted in the following section of my blog:
Please let me know at your earliest convenience. Thanks, John
Very nice photos. Cuba is my favorite place to take pictures.
Great country, great photos Jude. You travel us through your photos to this distant country. Perfect work. Voted.
This was so weird, we were out for a meal last night at a mexican restaurant, discussing our plans to go back to Mexico in a year and a half. The question of where we were going to head off to this coming year came up, and Cuba was an instant choice! Beautiful pictures Jude - love that old red car!
Thank you so much for sharing a glimpse of Cuba through your eyes. I found the images of children pulling at my heartstrings-so candid, real. I too liked your perspective of the men "hanging" a urban look in contrast with the historical European influence of architecture. As I viewed these splendid images I felt the flavors that you captured so well.
Thank you this exciting report.Let me have got to this unfamiliar country more deeply of know.
we went to cuba for the first time this year. we will go back for sure. seeing your picture was almost being back there. looking forward to more pictures. how about santiago? heard it is better than havana.
Interesting Gallery, I like it
PS - I especially like the cat with cars, and the guys hanging out, and the detail on buildings.
This is a wonderful gallery with many gems in it. It really gave me a sense of what Havana and other parts of the country look like. I too am eager to see it for myself. Thank you for this glimpse!
you wonderful pictures of cuba make me more longing to go there... I think winter is the best travelling season?
I've never been to Cuba. It's the one place in the world I desperately want to visit before Fidel shuffles off this mortal coil. Especially when I see these photos. Wonderful gallery.
Thank you Marisa, I quite enjoyed being in Cuba ... the people were lovely, the towns I visited were interesting ... crumbling, but there was a certain romanticism in that decay. It was exciting to be there and I was anxious to capture as much of the experience with my camera as possible. It's interesting that you mention music, because every restaurant or coffee shop or bar had live music ... every shop had a radio playing ... there was music everywhere!
I adore this gallery, I have the impression to hear music in the background....
I want to visit all your galleries more carefull, because I deep appreciate your visual approach to different towns and places. I think you can really express a resonance with your thoughts, you are not just a distant observer.
Pete ... I'll check out the Cafe Habana! thanks for the info and compliment!
Cafe Habana on Elizabeth & Prince St. in New York often does exhibits of photographs taken in Cuba. You should look into it. Yours are excellent. - Pete Burke
It's the young boy in church I prefer.
I've been to Cuba too. If interested, please visit my gallery
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