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This fascinating and thought-provoking photography book portrays older people and moments in their lives. The B&W photographs show ordinary people, in ordinary situations, which are seen across the United Kingdom every day of the week. People go shopping, catch buses, sit, talk, walk their dog and simply look at life around them. These images capture brief moments that reflect the hopes, uncertainties and often mundane nature of lives that perhaps, look back rather than forward. A thoroughly rewarding visual portrayal of an often neglected sector of society. The pictures are keenly and imaginatively observed and invite the viewer to re-appraise their own attitudes towards the lives of others.

PhilipJoyce

About the Author

Philip Joyce
PhilipJoyce Oxfordshire UK
Philip is an experienced amateur photographer with a passion for street and documentary photography. Philip holds the Assocoiate award (ARPS) of the Royal Photographic Society and a Distinction award (DPAGB) of the Photographic Alliance of Gt Britain)

Publish Date  March 21, 2011

Dimensions  Standard Landscape  80 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Arts & Photography

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Rickdeutsch

Rickdeutsch says

Well done Mr. Joyce. Nice compositions and contrast. Could not read the description but I think you used film (not digi) and it looks great. richard deutsch

posted at 03:45pm Mar 23 PST

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