Every day, Antillia Cultura selects one Caribbean Culture image that we have found to be a fascinating illustration of the assorted cultural imagery consistently shared on social media. We are passionate about the art, music, food, people, and history displayed within every image. The Caribbean is complex and beautifully diverse; our goal is to bring enlightenment with every picture shared.


Portrait of Tamara Pierre, 6, in a sugar producing area outside of Cap Haitian, Haiti. Tamara is wearing a “choublac” or hibiscus blossom in her hair, which is the unofficial national flower of Haiti. “I took this picture because the hibiscus is one of my favorite flowers,” says Myrmara Prophète, 14, a student of the first @natgeo @fotokonbit photography workshop series now in #caphaitian this week. National Geographic and FotoKonbit, a non-profit for photography education, are creating photos for an upcoming story. Photo by Myrmara Prophète

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