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Dieter (Toronto, Canada)


I really liked 'Hitchhike Habana'. Very refreshing and enjoyable to read and look at, hopefully we get more of it.

Rodney Braude

The suggestion of some liasion between the cute young guy and the humpy sensual El Toro leaves a feeling of " oh I wish there could have been more!" The imagination runs wild, and what an erotic pairing that would be

Tom R

Love Kevin's work and has made me fall in love with Cuban men :-)

Andre DeLoach

Similar to what someone else has written, this photo spread leaves me all charged up because it stokes my imagination as to what happens when these two hot guys finally get to their destination after a long, sweaty ride. Delicious models! Delicious story-telling!!

thegaytekeeper

Such a brilliant photographer.

Raul in Miami

There is a very simple reason why time seems to have stopped in Cuba - because of a repressive Communist dictatorship that has stopped progress and enslaved a nation.

Photographer ian horncastle

Simple stunning work

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