The image is a false narrative of history in Trinidad and Tobago. It dreams up what life might have been like around the centre of Port-of-Spain where French planters lived and owned a very large area of land now known as the Queen's Park Savannah. In earlier years it was the Peschier Family plantation. The image adds a twist of modern day life by having diverse people also go out for evening walks and includes drones flying overhead as we might see today. The fruit vendor is a symbol of the role of women in society, often as hard workers. That fact has not changed with time. I introduce the fruit vendor as a reckoning regarding gender equality.