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Mark Iocchelli is an Edmonton, Alberta fine art photographer who has a passion for creating images of the prairies, rural decay, old, abandoned houses, barns, sheds, automobiles and machinery.
Mark Iocchelli is an Edmonton, Alberta fine art photographer who has a passion for creating images of the prairies, rural decay, old, abandoned houses, barns, sheds, automobiles and machinery.

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As far as I could tell, there aren’t a lot of designer dogs in Cuba. However, I saw several Chiuwawahas, and this little Cocker Spaniel who watched me with the same curious look his human counterparts tended to have as I walked by them in Varadero. 

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Well, not only this building but, when I saw it, I exclaimed out loud “I have to come back here with my camera!”. You see, we’d driven through the city as part of a Jeep Safari tour we went on (highly recommended!), where I couldn’t stop to take photos,…

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The Sol Palmeris was the resort we stayed at in Varadero. Right next to us was the lovely Meliá Varadero (shown in the background) but, like in Hawaii, the beach along all of the resorts is open to explore. My son Christopher and I noticed that there were…

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This amazing character nodded as if to grant me permission to photograph him and then proceeded to stare back at me as if to say, "I own you, Mr. Photographer".

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Just five blocks from Old Havana lies Centro (Central) Havana – a district of the city that is slightly less old than it’s more famous counterpart, but definitely not without it’s photographic charms. This was taken on the balcony of the casa we stayed…

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It’s going to be next to impossible for me to describe what I saw in Cuba these past two weeks, but here’s a teaser of what’s to come. Cuba is home to amazing history, but I think the people of Cuba had the greatest impact on me. They are a truly…

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