Author, photographer, and filmmaker Marius Jovaisa has produced many awe-inspiring works, but his aerial showcase of Cuba might be the most incredible yet.
His recently released book, Unseen Cuba, takes readers on a journey through “ancient villages, idyllic beaches, cities frozen in time and picturesque La Habana,” all from a bird’s eye view that until then had never been allowed to be captured.
When he first began shooting for the book, Jovaisa was the first artist to be granted permission by the Cuban government to fly over the country and take photos.
The book features extraordinary panoramas taken from an ultralight aircraft of the cuban countryside, cities and beaches. With over 50,000 photos taken, 400 were selected to be printed.
And the results are stunning…