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Jet Roderick - Street Photographer in Havana CubaThe amazing...

Jet Roderick - Street Photographer in Havana, Cuba

The amazing photography of Jet Roderick brings to life the streets of Havana, Cuba.  On his Tumblr Cuban Street Photography he writes:

Havana’s architecture is an integral part of its identity and the lives of the people that live there. This series of photos not only aims to capture this architecture but use it as a backdrop to illustrate scenes of everyday life in Havana…The architecture is the perfect backdrop to highlight the people of Havana. Thanks to Scattered Thoughts for the tip!

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