Honor Guard – Museum of the Revolution – Havana

Honor Guard - Havana - 2013

Last week on Sunday morning, a group of us visited the Museum of the Revolution in Havana.

Shortly after we got into the old Presidential Palace (now the museum), patriotic music began playing and we could hear marching soldiers.

I peeked out a second story window of the Palace and saw this honor guard, marching over to the eternal flame adjacent to the Granma Memorial.

I loved the shadows they cast! With Doug Kaye and others in Havana a week ago. More of my Cuba photos are here.

Nikon D600, 85mm, 1/1000 at f/8. ISO 400.

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