Karen began her career as a photojournalist at the Colorado Springs Sun. Later she was chief photo editor for National Geographic Television and went on to serve as managing photo editor at Bill Gates' Corbis Corp. where she led the photo...
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From a 2013 trip to Havana and Pinar del Rio when Americans were allowed more freedom to travel there - ironic in that we needed to have permission from our own government to travel to a country where most people are not allowed to leave at all. What I found were strong and resilient people who loved Americans.
Proud father with son in the tobacco region of the Viñales Valley in Pinar del Rio. Viñales is a UNESCO World Heritage site, known for its mogotes, or karst formations, and a unique vernacular culture derived from Spanish, Indian, and African traditions.
Dancers enjoy a brief break at the highly respected Alicia Alonso School of Ballet, Havana. Alonso's company became the Ballet Nacional de Cuba in 1955. Cuba is renowned worldwide for the high quality of its ballet.