Izmail Glosson

Havana was like stepping into a time machine and entering into a strange, although enjoyable, city from the past.

The vast majority of vehicles you’d see passing by on the road in Havana were originally made in the 1950s or 60s, the architecture, for the most part, was stuck in the 1800s-1960s, and much of what we’re accustomed to in America was largely missing.

The city is certainly not one I’d want to live in, however, I’d recommend everyone to at least travel to the city, at some point.

Here are photos I captured during my trip to Havana, Cuba in January 2018.

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In April, I hopped on a plane to Chicago, for my first trip since the pandemic started.

After four days up there, 30-miles of walking around the city, a few visits to various dispensaries, museums, and a lot of great food, it’s safe to say that Chicago is now one of my favorite cities in the U.S.

I started the trip visiting the 94th floor of the Hancock Tower to see incredible views of the skyline, then walked around the riverwalk, over to Millennium Park to see the Cloud Gate structure, and even checked out an alley coffee spot.

Here are a few of my favorite photos I captured during my trip to Chicago, last month.

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