"The photograph isn't what was photographed. It's something else. It's a new fact... I photograph to find out what something will look like photographed."
Oh boy, so many dogs with their own grave. He must have loved them very much.
Great shot - the headstones and the Pilar!
Wow...what a sight. Wouldn't it be fun to be able to go back in time and sit around chatting with Hemingway, hearing what he had to say about his life and life in general?
You are right. Unexpected it is.
He must have loved those dogs very much. And, what a handsome boat.
Interesting. I have heard much about his love of Pilar,and now the special place for his dogs. One more thing to admireabout Papa Hemingway!
This is kind of sweet and sad. That is quite a boat in the background.
A true animal lover.
I agree with Judy, sweet and sad.
Enjoying your wonderful series on Cuba, Kate. Good to see Pilar in the background. I'm presently reading Paul Hendrickson's biography, "Hemingway's Boat" about his Cuban years. Fascinating.
In Key West they still have 6-toed cats at Hemingway's house that are decendents of his cats.
I've heard about Pilar...cool to actually see it!
Hemmingway certainly was a complicated soul.
I never heard of this graveyard. Learning everyday! :-)
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