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Everyone Has a Life to Live: An American…
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Everyone Has a Life to Live: An American Portrait

by Jerry Gay

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0740724967, Hardcover)

Images that poignantly depict the human spirit, in all its glory and frailty: This is the specialty of renowned photojournalist Jerry Gay. In Everyone Has A Life To Live, Gay has insightfully captured Americans both young and old, black and white, strong and weak, as they walk their individual paths through life. Gay spent three consecutive summers documenting America as he crossed the country on a journey both personal and professional. The results are moving photographs of everyday people living everyday lives, yet each communicating his or her own special uniqueness. With spare yet reflective text, Everyone Has A Life To Live is a powerful reminder of the stalwart beauty that makes America strong and proud. Everyone Has A Life To Live will become a treasured keepsake for everyone who wants to rediscover the America within us all.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:51 -0400)

Images that poignantly depict the human spirit, in all its glory and frailty: This is the specialty of renowned photojournalist Jerry Gay. In Everyone Has a Life to Live, Gay has insightfully captured Americans both young and old, black and white, strong and weak, as they walk their individual paths through life. Gay spent three consecutive summers documenting America as he crossed the country on a journey both personal and professional. The results are moving photographs of everyday people living everyday lives, yet each communicating his or her own special uniqueness. With spare yet reflective text, Everyone Has a Life to Live is a powerful reminder of the stalwart beauty that makes America strong and proud.… (more)

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