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Boys of India By Bob Ferguson
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Unless they are engaged with cricket, which as a rule will take all of their attention, from a very young age boys of India seem to make a real sport of crowding in front of the camera. Could it be... More > the lack of privacy in their family-oriented and densely populated society, that makes them so eager to be in the picture? I found out that the magic words ‘one by one’ are all it takes to turn a pushing crowd into a group of individuals, posing in turn for their portraits to be taken. The pictures were taken during three different trips, one to the central part of India in 2004, one to the south in 2006 and one to Rajasthan in 2010.< Less
Back to the Roots By Bob Ferguson
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Traveling through Ethiopia made me feel like I met with the very roots of our life. Passing by lakes full of pelicans and crocodiles, visiting the tribal marketplaces in the south and the rock-hewn... More > churches up north, everywhere I sensed the breath of the 'original'. Here, archaeologists have discovered the oldest human remains known so far, suggesting that indeed this may be the place where our roots can be found. Countless generations have grown up since. In each of them, children have discovered the very spell of their own environment, their own society and their own time slice in history. I aimed to visualize some of that spell by photographing the boys of Ethiopia, trying to capture the spontaneity and individual directness boys all over the world seem to express. I hope you enjoy the album.< Less
Forgotten Country By Bob Ferguson
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For some reason Ethiopia has the name of a barren land. Most of the northern part of it is quite fertile, however. The Ethiopian highlands, with an elevation of six to ten thousand feet above sea... More > level, are also known as 'the roof of Africa'. The Christian church settled here in the 5th century and never left the country. History has it that the Ethiopian emperors were direct descendants from king Solomon. The last emperor, Haile Selassie, has followers as far as the Rastafarians in Jamaica, who use the colors of the Ethiopian flag as a token of recognition. The pictures in this book were taken in 2009.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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