This week, we have a guest host for the weekly Lens-Artists photo challenge. It’s Viveka from Sweden. She asks for images from capital cities. Although I visited several capital cities (country capitals as well as state capitals), it’s very hard for me to find a suitable image. In my opinion, you should recognize the capital in that image for such a challenge but without simply showing an iconic building representing the city like the Eiffel Tower for Paris, The Brandenburger Tor for Berlin, colosseum for Rome, Big Ben for London or the skyscrapers for New York
The other main reason is, I don’t like these concrete deserts called cities. To be honest, I try to avoid cities.
Nevertheless, I dug into my archive and picked this image from Havanna for you.
I guess this is my most loved image taken on Cuba. If you’re interested in seeing more images from Cuba, you can check them out here in my blog.
The building in the back it the capitol of Havanna, a small version of the US capitol in Washington D.C.