Photo#7, 8, 9 & 10
Each jaula pájaro (bird cage) shot was taken in Havana as we wandered around the city. The third photo is of ceramic tiles inlaid into the pavement near our hotel. Note that the tile cage doesn't have a bird inside and the door is open.
If I was more deluded and pretentious I would probably make some kind of existentialist, esoteric comment on how the bird cages are a metaphor for Cuban society under communism.
However, given that photos were not taken intentionally with that thought in mind, and that such a metaphor would be quite removed from my own thinking on the subject I won't be doing that.
Instead, I invite you to just enjoy the photos as I have.
Photos: C.Leporati & G.Szopa