Old Havana, are full of action. You’ll find children playing, wives and mothers doing the laundry and people relaxing over some stories. Oftentimes, you’ll also hear music being played somewhere in the streets. It’s a place filled with colors and stories; perfect for street photography.
Another interesting image that Havana paints is a mixture of the traditional and the modern. You’ll find this in the buildings and in the cars that line the streets. You’ll also find this in the numerous young men who troop to the beach not only to enjoy the sun & water, but also to take in the scene (beautiful women sunbathing and the like).
You’ll have fun photographing intimate scenes in the streets of Havana.
Fes-el-Bali, the walled part of Fez, is a visual feast. Its streets are lined with buildings that show us why it is a World Heritage site. Known as a medieval Moroccan Medina, its traditions, religious culture and historical heritage make it a top choice of tourists who go on religious expeditions, especially those who plan to go to Mecca.
This makes the streets of Fes-el-Bali a good subject for intimate street photography. It’s a place where people from all over the world converge and this is what you will capture with your camera. Additionally, you’ll find a lot of street scenes that depict true Moroccan culture that thrives in the middle of the 21st century.
The original defensive walls still stand and protect Fes-el-Bali. There are streets lined by hotels for budget tourists, while others are occupied by stores, restaurants and cafes. The wall’s massive gate is intricately decorated.