Images of Cuba Among Best of 2016 in National Geographic

Havana, Dec 15 (Prensa Latina) Three images of Cuba are included in a 52-photograph selection described as the best by the magazine National Geographic in 2016.

According to the publication, the images were chosen from more than two million images by 91 photographers from 107 reports on different subjects.

One of the photographs is a crocodile swimming underwater though marine vegetation. It was originally published in a report entitled ‘Cuba’s Underwater Jewels Are in Tourism’s Path’ in November 2016. The photograph was taken by David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes.

Another of the three images, with a small-fish whirlpool seen among Cuban mangroves was also taken by the same photographers and illustrates the same article.

The arrival of a US cruise ship, at sunset, at Havana port, for the first time in five decades in May, was photographed by David Guttenfeldery and was part of the report ‘Here Comes a Wave of Change for Cuba’, in November, 2016.

The photographs have been described by different publications as a tour of the most amazing places and moments this year.


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