By: Gerry Hadden | The World
Spanish photographer Enrique Meneses died in Madrid on Sunday, January 6. He was 83-years-old. Meneses made a name for himself by spending four months with Fidel Castro and Cuban rebels during the revolution in 1957 and 1958. His pictures were published in magazines worldwide.
For over half a century, Meneses worked as a photographer and foreign correspondent for news outlets in Spain and Europe.