A Day in the Life of Africa
Tides Foundation, 2002 - Photography - 288 pages
This epic collection is a one-day digital snapshot of the entire African continent. One hundred of the world's top photojournalists, including James Nachtwey and Sebastiao Salgado, trek to 53 nations shooting 250 striking images from Cairo to the Cape of Good Hope. Photographs ranging from Namibia's San bushmen to the hip Lagos music scene capture a rich tapestry of African life lived on a single day. All publishing profits from the book will be used to fund AIDS education programs in Africa. Foreword by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Introduction by Kofi A. Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations.
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Review: A Day in the Life of Africa: Photographed by the World's Leading Photojournalists on One Day (A Day In The Life)User Review - Greg Brozeit - Goodreads
An incredibly beautiful book. The humanity of the various people and cultures of the African continent is highlighted throughout. Read full review