Plaza Del Carmen… In Camagüey


Hello There!

What a great Monday, all wet and windy!, well after all wasn’t that bad for me, have in my possession a classic Canon AE-1 that I will testing soon, but the porpoise of this entry was not all that, was to talk about a place in Camagüey, CUBA called La Plaza Del Carmen I have no idea how to translate this one to English but who cares, is the original name from the Spanish colony so, I am sorry.

Went mainly to visit an old friend, Master Potter and Sculptor, Martha Jimenez (check her website here IN SPANISH) (a video on Youtube in spanish) the gallery was terrific, sorry for no pictures, but the NO PICTURES TAKEN sign was all over the place, so… no pictorial memories.

After the visit I just finished doing my photo stuff. got some good one here, so this is the gallery for you to see, hope you enjoy!

Now is time to eat,

Cesar Out!

Note: Pictures taken with Nikon D300, Sigma Lenses, 17-70mm f/2.8-4.5 HSM DC Macro, 10-20mm f/4.5-5.6 HSM DC EX, On Lexar Professional UDMA Digital Film, geotagged with Nikon GP-1 GPS Unit

Cesar L. Diaz

Cesar Here!.... Information Technology run thru my vains from 8 - 5. When not at the Office I drive a Toyota FJ Cruiser Trail Team Edition and a nice Photog Paraphernalia back pack (LowePro Dry Zone 200), inside ===> Nikon Cameras and lenses (Nikon D700, Nikon D300, Nikon F100) and many other tools, of course. Photography and Adventure are ingredients in my day to day life mixed with motorcycles and outdoor activities; and I do want to share My Experiences here with You.

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3 Responses

  1. Really love your photos from Cuba, the architecture is beautiful. I hope to travel there one day, so you’re helping to inspire me!

    • Scott;

      yes this is really good, all this building are from the spanish colonial era, well, all the churches and few buildings around, the others, very old too, hope you can make it soon over there, if change happens in Cuba, i think they will be building on top of this soon.

      have a great night


  1. April 18, 2011

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