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Havana Photo Workshop Registration

As most of the information is required for everyone please fill out and submit an individual form for each person in your party. When you click on SEND the page should automatically refresh and you can re-enter additional members.In order to finalize your registration you will need to e-mail a scanned black and white copy […]

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First Flights to Cuba

There’s been a lot of buzz about legalizing American carrier flights to Cuba. On Thursday, July 7, the US government finally announced “tentative” airline flight schedule and ports of departure. These are not official until approved by the DOT, after which the carrier has 90 days to comply or loose approval.The following is the proposed […]

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The Darkroom Cookbook at 22

The Darkroom Cookbook at 22A lot has changed since the first edition of The Darkroom Cookbook in 1994. But for those who work with large format and silver some things never change. The exuberance one feels standing on a hilltop watching for the magical moment when the clouds and light align, the feel of the […]

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We Were There

We Were ThereWe were there on December 17, 2014 when President Obama and Raul pledged that they would work to ease the trade and travel restrictions between our two countries.We were there in December 2015 when it was announced there would be a normalization of mail service between our two countries.We were there on Monday, […]

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The Price of Change

The Price of ChangeThe Impact of Tourism on CubaCommentary by Steve Anchell© 2016 Steve Anchell. All rights reserved.As someone who has traveled legally to Cuba and led twenty-five workshops since 2001, I can attest it is almost as easy for U.S. citizens to travel to Cuba today as it is to visit Mexico. Almost, as […]

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Central Cuba Tour Registration

Central Cuba Photo Workshop RegistrationAs most of the information is required for everyone please fill out and submit an individual form for each person in your party. When you click on SEND the page should automatically refresh and you can re-enter additional members.In order to finalize your registration you will need to e-mail a scanned […]

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Vinales Valley

Vinales Valleya UNESCO SiteIn 1999, UNESCO declared the Vinales valley a World Heritage Site, in the category of Cultural Landscape. Among the reasons listed is the following: “The Vinales Valley is an outstanding, calcic landscape in which the traditional agricultural methods (particularly the tobacco harvest) have been preserved without alteration for centuries. A rich vernacular […]

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President Obama by Pete Souza

President Obama in Cuba

President Barack and Michelle Obama on Cuban televisionPresident Obama in CubaI seem to have forgotten to post that I have my first article for Slant News online published. The title is: “President Obama Can Travel To Cuba, But It Won’t End The Embargo.” The article was prompted by the fact that I will be there […]

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Easter in Greece 2017

Photo by: Konstantinos TranaThe releasing of aerostata on the evening of the Resurrection. The aerostata are set free to carry the prayers and hopes of the Resurrection as high as possible. I like to say that the camera takes me everywhere it goes. Another way to say that I use photography as an excuse to travel […]

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