Until Cuba catches up with the rest of the world this image encapsulates much that you will see during a stroll through present day Havana. There is a classic car from the nineteen fifties, national hero Che Guevara, a lady dressed all in white who follows the old African Santaria religion, scantily clad modern teenage girls, washing hanging on balconies – and a bed and breakfast sign.
I have visited Cuba fifteen times and I never tire of using my camera to create striking images showing this time warp of a country and the life of its resourceful, determined and entirely delightful people.
The term giclée means that this print has been produced on a professional printer, using archival inks and textured art paper, giving, with sensible care, a projected life of over eighty years.
You will receive this print carefully rolled in a postal tube. You will need to have it mounted and framed in order to hang it on your wall.