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A Camera, Two Kids, and a Camel: My Journey in Photographs Hardcover – Bargain Price, March 18, 2008
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About the Author
Annie Griffiths Belt has won numerous awards and covered a wide-ranging list of topics for the National Geographic magazine: Lawrence of Arabia, Baja, Galilee, Petra, Sidney, Vancouver, England’s Lake District, and others. She is featured in the book National Geographic’s Women Photographers. Her own most recent title, Last Stand: America’s Virgin Lands, celebrates the remaining pristine wilderness areas in North America.
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Subjects range from Minnesota blizzards to Jerusalem Ramadan celebrations to refugee camps in Pakistan and Thailand. An image that sticks with me is a Biloxi Katrina survivor sitting alone in a bare room, holding her 81st birthday cake in her lap. Another indelible photo: dolphins playing at dawn in New Zealand.
Also in the book are Belt's stories about her travels and adventures. Accompanying each photo is a short narrative, in which the author describes what was happening before, during and after she took the shot. Throughout the book Belt describes what it was like bringing her two young kids with her while she traveled, often with her husband in tow, too. These tales are often funny, always interesting.
The dust jacket slips off to reveal a paisley-print cover with the title in gold letters on the spine.
The book is printed in China on cheap paper and the images in many photos are blurred.
I'm extremely disappointed in this book and will return it tomorrow. he price is inexpensive and it shows that you get what you pay for.
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dreams of being a photojournalist. The photos
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