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"The pictures reach a very high standard individually and collectively, and like good music deserves repeated hearings, I think this book will prove well worth going back to look at again and again." —The Online Photographer, April 3, 2008(The Online Photographer 2008-01-00)
"These photographs reveal a respect and sensitivity for the humanity of their subjects." —B&W, March 2008(B&W 2008-01-00)
"Presents a glimpse of what makes a photographer great.... A terrific publication." —Picture, Jan/Feb 2008(Picture 2008-01-00)
"What makes this book even more impressive is the fact that the twin photographers—now world-renowned—were in high school when it was shot. Worthy of a spot on your coffee table." —Indianapolis Business Journal, October 8, 2007(Indianapolis Business Journal 2007-01-00)
"In a few words, these photographs are presented as works of art. Or journalism. Or history. Or sociology." —The Journal Gazette, October 28, 2007(The Journal Gazette 2007-01-00)
"Capturing a complex reality through silently observed moments, the Turnleys offer us an extraordinary keyhole through which to view the integrity of a workaday life." —Ann Arbor News, April 6, 2008(Ann Arbor News 2008-01-00)
The Turnleys' images are anything but outdated. Indeed, their pictures are warm, intimate, and evocative. The pictures invite the reader to walk the streets and enter homes with an immediacy and emotional connection that is in the highest traditions of documentary photography.... I marvel that high school students could have taken them!Steve Raymer, author of Images of a Journey: India in Diaspora(Steve Raymer, author of Images of a Journey: India in Diaspora)
This book struck so many chords with my own small neighborhood upbringing. The fact that these images were produced by 17/18 year old twin brothers makes the book nothing short of... Read morePublished on August 30, 2013 by Ronald D. Marks
Peter and David Turnly did a great job of putting this book together. Great Black and White photographs! Two thumbs up!Published on April 12, 2013 by Jose