All images copyright Doug Haight. All rights reserved.
For a week in April of 2013, I had the good fortune to visit Havana, Cuba and spend virtually all my waking hours with a camera in my hands indulging my passion for street photography. Although I have traveled widely, the people, architecture, food and culture of Havana left an enduring impression on me, changing my notion of Cuba and challenging my thoughts on travel altogether. Along with a tremendous group from The Santa Fe Photographic Workshops led by Kip Brundage, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to befriend two esteemed Cuban photographers: Pedro Abascal and Eduardo Garcia. With Kip, Pedro and Eduardo as guiding spirits, I had the freedom to explore the city as an observer, artist and friend. I am greatly in their debt.
The images in these galleries were pulled from nearly 6,000 frames I shot while in Cuba. They represent my sense of the tremendously vibrant city of Havana, it's passionate people and it's flourishing culture.