Saturday, March 14, 2015

See You in C U B A

We're home.  And we urge you to go.  Here are just a small sampling of photos I took there.  More to come.






I'll post a link soon so that you may see all of the students' work from this past week.  Truly amazing photography, but then again, this place is a paradise for a photographer.  Our teacher, Peter Turnley, worked us hard and it paid off big time.  We had a rigorous shooting schedule, with late dinners and early mornings.  And that's what we were there for.  Even an old hand like me had much to learn from a master.  Thank you, Peter.

6 comments:

  1. Sounds like a wonderful adventure and an amazing learning opportunity. Can't wait to see more photos. These are so beautiful.

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  2. These photos are quite moving, Tara. Thank you for the link to Peter Turnley's website. Looking forward to seeing more photos from the trip.

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  3. Wow, what beautiful and powerful images. I imagine just the architecture alone would make for a compelling photo essay.

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  4. I enjoyed them and look forward to more

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  5. Wonderful. Such a mix of life. And decay. I can't really tell what's going on in the third photo; the building looks like it was bombed out, and painted, and yet the dog makes me really wonder about the scale and perspective. The last photo looks like a combination of the grand and poverty. Looking forward to more, and your impressions.

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  6. Marvelous photographs. Each one so different and each one just wonderful. Can't wait for more.

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