Havana’s most famous street, the Malecón, as a cold front rolls in.
Delvis Montero, 39, works seven days a week making charcoal and earns $100 a month. “I work hard so my children can go to school and never have to do this extremely hard work,” she said.
At the Puerto Escondido fishermen’s village, a welder repairs the carriage they use to move fish into town.
An old American car, long a staple of Cuban roads, sits along Guanabo Beach, near Havana.
At night, neighbors leave their doors open to let the breeze in.
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