Hands Upon the Dying
First-hand photoprose from inside a Trauma Center
by Dr. Tony Macasaet
About the Book
An engaging collection of moments at an inner city trauma center, from a unique, first-hand point of view... through the mind and lens of an ER doc.
In rich B&W still photographs and prose, we feel it all, from hate to love.
Features & Details
- Category Medicine & Science
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Jan 08, 2009
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light through lenses refracts and diverges Into corners of my soul Dissipated and revealing Focused and healing .... In a way, the images reflect my right of passage, as I make my way home, something we all one day must do.... I walk now as a child, on this first and endless grand adventure.