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About the book

The narrative of Connections Across A Human Planet follows the concept of cradle to grave; Childhood, education / school, adolescence, work, home, ritual, religion, celebration, sport, art, conflict, aging, sickness, death, mourning and remembrance. It’s an emotional and human journey of images drawn the documentary stories, captured moments or situations from every continent.

Connections Across a Human Planet illustrates the common truths that connect the human experience and is represented by photographers from around the world. The book is drawn as an edited anthology of photo documentary and photojournalism stories that are published on Photojournale.com.

Foreword: Ami Vitale
Design : Peter Barwick
Editors : John Horniblow, Lisa Hogben, Michael Fox, and Erica McDonald. Assisted by Santanu Chakrabati.
Cover image : Yaniv Nadav
Back cover : Igor Sherman

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