During my recent trip to Cuba, of course one of the most distinctive things I saw was the Classic US car. The engines have been rebuilt. The bodies have been restored. And the cars are owned by individual citizens and are used by many taxi drivers. It is a huge treat to be driven around in a classic convertible car on a sunny day!
Even families with very small modest homes in Viñales often have a Cadillac parked next to their home.
Washing cars is a weekend pastime in Cuba too.
Panning is a fun technique to use to get the cars moving in front of a typical scene like this wall of graffiti.
I stood outside the back of the famous Hotel National and watched cars and buses drive by.
And finally, sometimes cars are kept behind iron bars!