sketches and anticdotes about my interests and travels
Thursday, 15 December 2016
I never met a boat I didn't want to draw
Havana Harbour is a huge, well protected industrial port. Cargo and military ships, stationary cranes, even mammoth cruise ships in and out daily. However there are several dozen small fishing boats moored along the west approach. These are predominantly inboards with tillers and the colour scheme seems to be the red, white and blue of the Cuban flag.