I’m currently torturing myself with photos and videos of our trip to Cuba last year. And while in the midst of this I figured I’d post a picture. I took this photo from the top of La Gran Piedre, literally a big rock on top of the Sierra Maestra mountains. So freaky to see houseplants growing in the wild, non? I spotted a few on the path through the forest going up the mountain and then these Tradescantia zebrina (or close relative. It’s hard to tell with the sunburn) and Kalanchoe plants at the peak.
Here we are at the top (Dec 30, 2007) with the full view and the plants behind us. I am wearing the seed necklaces I bought from a woman on the way up. Note the camera strapped to my belt all nerd-like. I managed to stuff no less than 4 or 5 cameras in my two bags.