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Images of Cuba by Wayne Gerard Trotman captures the diversity of the culture, people, and customs of Cuba passed down from their African, Spanish, French, and Asian ancestors and have made Cubans the people they are. The author's love for the country reflects in the photographs and the pictures give glimpses of the harmonious nature of the Cuban people. Havana, the capital of Cuba, was a trading port and in the 1930s the city was the favorite haunt of celebrities who came looking for night clubs and pleasure. The author's eye, when it comes to capturing Cuba, its daily life, and diversity, will fascinate readers as they go on an exciting and wondrous pictorial journey of the place with the author.
The images speak to readers and the colors speak about the author's aesthetic eye and his ability to make the mundane and regular entertaining. The place has so much color and life, and its uniqueness spells magic and enchantment to readers. Images of Cuba by Wayne Gerard Trotman makes you aware of the sightseeing aspects of the country. There is so much to explore, be it for the city lover, beach lover, nature lover, or someone who loves architecture. The book will encourage readers to travel to Cuba and soak in its beauty. The images of the classic and colorful cars and every other picture in the book are a testimony to the unrivaled charm and spirit of this tropical paradise and how dance, art, and music played a major role in the lives of its people. The author's creativity is tangible in every shot and in every angle, making this book a must-have in everybody's personal collection.