Photographer Franklin Reyes: 1975 – 2014

Esilda Espinosa sits next to a statue of the Catholic saint Lazaro, as she waits for a passersby to donate alms that she will use to finance a celebration on the saint’s feast day in Havana, Cuba, Friday, Dec. 7, 2012. Affectionately known as “El Viejo Lazaro,” or the Santeria equivalent, Babalu Aye, the religiousContinue reading “Photographer Franklin Reyes: 1975 – 2014”

Esilda Espinosa sits next to a statue of the Catholic saint Lazaro, as she waits for a passersby to donate alms that she will use to finance a celebration on the saint’s feast day in Havana, Cuba, Friday, Dec. 7, 2012. Affectionately known as “El Viejo Lazaro,” or the Santeria equivalent, Babalu Aye, the religious icon is usually represented wearing ragged clothes and with dogs licking the sores on his feet. Both the Catholic saint and the Santeria Orisha are associated with suffering and disease and are honored by their devotees on Dec. 17. (AP Photo/Franklin Reyes)

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