Penetrating photos depict everyday life in Nigeria and capture the rich diversity of Africa and the warm family ties and traditional village life that are found throughout the vast continent.
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Sharp, sun-drenched photos filled with smiles and bright colors create an idealized impression of village life, with little evidence of poverty and only occasional, inadvertent, signs of modern influences--a child wearing a T-shirt, or oil lamps made from recycled milk tins.| Read Full Review of A Is for Africa
And though her penetrating photos were taken in her native country, she notes that the traditions and spirit she hopes to convey are common to ``all the peoples of this vast, friendly, colorful continent.'' The beautifully composed color photos, arranged alphabetically by subject, feature objects...| Read Full Review of A Is for Africa
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