Fue uno de los primeros que convierte en un soporte de pared.
Cuando mis viejos colegas y miembros de mi familia lo vio lo dijo parece una pintura y era como si se dirigían a la playa.
Que es cuando empecé a pensar sobre el "arte de la cámara".
You can see the Waterfront in silhouette against the morning sunlight/sunrise which is reflected on the waves of the rippling waters of the ocean, created by the ferry's engine(s) .
The sky and clouds give a colorful contrast as a backdrop.
I have submitted several of these in my gallery call "Camera Art" just to obtain feedback. I am suggesting that this and the others may be or could be seen as still life photography. Tell me what are your thoughts.
I looked up Wikipedia and they speak about "groups of inanimate objects". I do have a monochrome version of a group of boats as #18 there. Would you consider that a still life?
This area (Avenida de Puerto) is usually the final stage. I begin at the Hotel Nacional in Vedado.
When I leave on mornings around 4 a.m. I am usually advised and/or warned about leaving at that time by my partner.
And even though the same "song" is repeated every morning as I am about to leave and I still do leave and I don't take her words lightly.
But if one wants to explore Cuba, and Havana, especially-minus a tripod(which can sometimes double-up as a weapon to ward off a bandit),You have to take some measure of risks and be ready to shoot at anytime, you just have to keep your awareness heightened.
The title "Fanning the fires" came from the supportive actions of the male subject. But it is only the surface. The recording of it and holding on to the title, is really the deeper meaning- a way ,hopefully, to keep the activity alive.