escaping from colors

With all the colors of Cuba: on the other hand a foggy day with diffused light has also something very relaxing. The coastal road is, however, sometimes exposed to strong surf. Just be aware that you suddenly must not move like a submarine.
Malecón habanero, Cuba
title=”Malecón habanero, Cuba” – photo by Giacomo Frullani, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT!, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr.com

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16 responses to “escaping from colors

  1. my god this is beautiful

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  2. This is absolutely phenomenal, what an exquisite photograph!!!

    Autumn Jade

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  3. Love it, love it, love it! Great composition and B&W! I’m preparing mine as well. Really great shot. Stunning!

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  4. there’s something about the old cars that make them beautiful.. nice photo 🙂

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  5. That pic is absolutely great!!!

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  6. sei sempre fantastico!!!!
    kiss for you and family!!
    vento

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  7. Beautiful, so beautiful… Thanks and Love, nia

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  8. Really great, I love how b/w can get across that special feeling, as in this photo.

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  9. Nice way to strip the colors away so one can enjoy the simplicity 🙂

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  10. What a beautiful car! Love the 50ies shape! 🙂

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  11. Magnificent image. Well done! Robyn

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  12. I love the reduction on light and shadow in the b&w pictures
    Have a pleasant week my friend

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  13. Wow! Cuba is a place I want to visit and always think of it as vivid and colorful. I love your take on it to show it with the absence of color. Gorgeous.

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  14. I heard about these cars in Cuba. We live in such a throw-away society. Cubans have been forced to make the best of what they have. These cars are built quite sturdy, I hear. Not like what we have these days. But then, technology experts will argue that the lighter cars use less fuel.

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