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A Photoblog of Show our colours, Feb-2014

cuba

Norman Moore
Surbhi Mehra Grewal Dimitrij Bobkov

Winners

The winner of our number one spot is Norman Moore, with his candid and touching image of an old man in Trinidad and his faithful donkey, which he let tourists photograph for a mere 50 cents.

The second prize goes to Surbhi Mehra, who looks like she's having the time of her life whilst being kissed by two handsome dolphins in Varadero Beach.

Also from Varadero is the photo that won the third prize, by Dimitrij Bobkov, who beautifully portrayed the raw beauty of Cuba's sun-kissed beaches and the soothingly tranquil tropical vibe.

1st prize
2nd prize 3rd prize

Prizes

And here are the proud winners as they have kindly sent us the photos of themselves holding their prizes: Norman with the first prize Holiday Place voucher worth £500, second Surbhi with her prize Canon Camera EOS Digital and third Dimitrij with £150 worth of John Lewis vouchers.

Participation is the most important thing

Of course we can't leave out the fantastic photographs of our non-winning participants and this is why we're also giving them a space here. Although these beautiful snapshots aren't award-winning they nevertheless deserve resounding praise for representing the many aspects of a Cuba holiday.

As you browse through these, you'll come across Cuba's stunning beaches, the many idyllic settings for romance (honeymoons and weddings are truly something here, especially when you add in a dash of aged glamour and Cuba's unique vintage appeal), the breathtaking nature and the friendly locals.

From a picturesque traditional Cuban character, with a large cigar on hand, to colourful folkloric quarters in Havana, to the beauty of amazingly well-preserved classic cars, glitzy all inclusive resorts, sprawling beaches, unique historical attractions and vibrant wildlife. So have a look here, take your time to absorb it all, see for yourself and take in Cuba's many facets through the eyes and experiences of our very own inquisitive travellers.

Jana Crowne

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