Photojournalist Joakim Eskildsen recently teamed up with TIME Magazine to document the diverse country of Cuba. Since most Americans aren’t allowed to travel to Cuba, the pictures offer a rare glimpse into the everyday life of Cubans. Joakim writes: 

I immediately fell in awe with the complexity of this country. The more you learn about the situation and how people are living, the more difficult it becomes to understand. It was like learning to view the world form a Cuban angle that kept surprising and inspiring me.

Photographing the Hidden World of Cuba

via Reddit

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