Inside the Mind of Isadora

Sunday Song – Havana Nights


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Music touches us all in different ways.

It can heal hearts, calm our fears or create memories when heard.

2016©art and photography by Isadora DeLaVega

 Jesse Cooks * Havana *


The announcement was made yesterday, that Cuban dictator Fidel Castro died, November 26, 2016,

His brother, Raul Castro, made the announcement on Cuban television.

His death has created joy in the hearts of those who fled his regime and live in the United States.

The news reports of Cubans cheering in Miami, Florida was everywhere.

Yet, others who are living in Cuba are mourning his loss.

He was 90 years old. He’s ruled Cuba for over 60 years.

And, has outlived 6 of our presidents in the United States.

Whatever your political belief, changes are going to happen.

Who can say if it will be for the good or the bad of the people.

Politically things are shifting and changing everywhere; including here in the United States.

Let’s hope these changes, if and when they happen, are peaceful and of benefit to the people they represent.


Fidel’s Cigar by WRATH OF THE PEN

Fidel Castro  🙏  R.I.P.

For today, let’s enjoy the music of Cuba.

Isadora 😎

2016©Isadora De La Vega

Flower Red Crimson sign.webHavana Nights   2016©photography by Isadora DeLaVega

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Author: Inside the Mind of Isadora

Intriguing, sensitive, mysterious, loving, artistic and crackling with excitement for life is a pretty good description of who I am. I just retired from the world of art where I sold my Artfully Designed Handmade Jewelry for 28 years; although, art will always be a part of who I am no matter what venue I choose to express it in.

8 thoughts on “Sunday Song – Havana Nights

  1. Beautiful photo, Isadora! I can remember when Fidel Castro almost caused a nuclear war. Our teachers were teaching us to get underneath our desks when bombing started. I remember being so frightened. All the children were so frightened.

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  2. He had an unforgettable face, that i remember from when i was very small. What a gorgeous orchid 🙂


  3. What a gorgeous photo, Izzy!! I can only imagine the feeling of joy of so many but yes, let’s hope the transition to Raoul (I think that’s right) is peaceful and more liberty is allowed.


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    • Thank you for the lovely comment on my photo. I took the background out so that the orchid would visually pop.
      I like the results too.
      I checked the spelling to make sure. It is Raul Castro. There is an artist that spells his name Raoul Duffy.
      I agree let’s hope the transition will be a peaceful one.
      Izzy 😎


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