Colonial Cuba & The Countryside, 2019

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In January of 2019, I made another trip to Cuba but this time it was a mini road trip. We began in Havana but then traveled throughout the countryside  exploring cities and towns that we had not ventured too before. As always this tropical island continually produced wonderful imagery. And in an effort to keep it simple, I only took my Leica with a 35mm lens and my Hasselblad Xpan, a panoramic film camera with one lens. That was it! Suddenly I was faced with only those 2 focal lengths and formats. What would I do? As always, I let the situations dictate the capture. Less is more!