Back to Cuba for a post, I still have not gone through all of them, and I enjoy discovering what I have as I try to get them all processed. This afternoon I found myself with some time and looked at the dance photos. Our last night in Havana our group headed back to the entrance of Havana Bay where we had been at sunrise a few days before. This time it was sunset, and we would be joined by two young ballerinas who would pose for us to photograph. I love taking dance photos, 15 years of practice with my daughter and Medway Dance Authority has made it, so I actually know what great dance looks like, and these two young ladies were incredible. Not only in talent but the poise and ability to tolerate 12 cameras pointed at them while onlookers stared and mingled in one of the most visited spots in Havana. Fisherman, families, tourists, the place was packed with people, and these two danced as if no one was around. So grateful for their grace set upon a striking backdrop of Castillo de los Tres Reyes del Morro built in the 16th century one way, and in the other direction the sun setting over the Malecon. Thanks to my friends Eli and Jordan at Your Cuba Travel, and Don and Laura with Hunt Photo Adventures for setting opportunities like this up for us while we were on the trip. It is stuff like this that makes a trip unique and unforgettable.