I took this shot just after sunset from the bell tower of La Iglesia y Convento de San Francisco in Trinidad, Cuba. I spent a good chunk of May working there on assignment with Espiritu Travel. Here, smoke from evening cooking fires fills the air. Trinidad was built on the back of slaves who worked the dozens of sugar mills in the nearby Valle de los Ingenios. The earliest architecture was influenced by North African styles. Later European neo-classical styles dominated the town’s construction. Read more about my time in Trinidad, Cuba here (starting on page 64).