Using collective taxis like the one in the photo is the most unique, practical, and fun way to save money on transportation in Havana. They are old cars that transit on predetermined routes, such as buses, and stop for passengers outside of predetermined locations, such as taxis. You share the space with others on the same path, and all you have to do to jump is ask the driver to stop.
I'm Giovani, a Brazilian photographer based in Rio de Janeiro who has a diversified portfolio that includes beach, sport, street, landscape, wildlife and some underwater production.
For over 15 years, I've been photographing during golden hour. Like Henri Cartier-Bresson well defined, I enjoy searching for the decisive moments. Photography is addictive and therapeutic for me, especially when nature gives us beautiful light, clouds, colors and great subjects.
In addition to the main archive from Rio, I've done photo essays on places like Atacama Desert (Chile), Barbados, Cuba, Fernando de Noronha (Brazil), Galápagos (Ecuador), Lençóis Maranhenses (Brazil), Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia), among others.
Cheers and good vibes from Rio!
Old Havana, Cuba
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