This simple but near-perfect, coral sunset was captured earlier this summer in Cuba along the Malecon, Havana’s long, seafront promenade. The Malecon comes to life in the early evenings with tourists and locals gathering alike. We spotted fishermen reaching the end of a day’s work, couples canoodling and Cuban men laughing together to generate a palpable buzz. But as the sun started to set, the noise diminished except for the sound of the vintage cars whizzing past and all eyes faced this glorious sunset, the silence of the submerging sun providing a stark contrast to Cuba’s colourful chaos.
Thanks to Shikha for sharing this beauty with us! Make sure to follow her adventures, details below 🙂
Shikha is a medical doctor by day and an avid travel blogger by night. With a passion for seeing the world, she has explored more than 30 countries across 5 continents. Having grown up in Saudi Arabia and England, she has been settled in London for over a decade, a city she remains besotted with.
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