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In homes, schools, factories and farmlands across America, they wove a rich tapestry of American life. This once in a generation collection of more than 1200 stunning photographs is a touchstone of contemporary photojournalism and a must have album for every American home.
About the Authors:
Rick Smolan and David Elliott Cohen are the original creators of the best selling Day in the Life series and have been responsible for the most successful photography books in history including the New York Times #1 best seller A Day in the Life of America.
Smolan and Cohen's ambitious and imaginative projects combine storytelling with state-of-the art-technology and have appeared numerous times on the covers of Time, Newsweek, Fortune and US News & World Report.
Smolan and his wife Jennifer Erwitt are Co-Directors Against All Odds Productions, based in Sausalito California. Fortune Magazine honored Against All Odds calling them 'One of the 25 Coolest Companies in America'. Smolan and Erwitt's award winning projects include: From Alice to Ocean, Passage to Vietnam, 24 Hours in Cyberspace, One Digital Day and The Planet Project.
Cohen is President of Western Arts Management based in Ross California. His award winning books include The Circle of Life, The Now and Then series, One Year Off and A Day in the Life of Africa.
|Introduction: An American Time Capsule||6|
|Hearth & Home: Essay||19|
|Hard at Work: Essay||61|
|America at Play: Essay||121|
|Reason to Believe: Essay||205|
|Our Town: Essay||233|
|Sea to Shining Sea: Essay||261|
|How It Works||290|
|Contributors, Advisors, and Friends||294|
|Thumbnail Picture Credits||302|
Posted June 14, 2004
The book has amazing photos of our country and the people in it. It is truly a amazing book! Each and every photographer captures the true essence of america. The photos are absolutely gorgeous! Highly recommended!*****:):):)Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.