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Magnum photographer Kubota's colour pictures portray the beauty and diversity of a vast land, as well as the many facets of America.
From the bison of the Western plains to a village meeting in New England, from the towering office blocks of New York's fiancial centre to the pueblo dwellings of New Mexico, from factory workers in Detroit to dirt farmers in the Southeast, Japanese-born photographer Kubota traveled the United States for three years and used more than 3500 rolls of film to produce this beautiful collection.
Although there have been many recent photographic books about America, almost all have been compilations of images from many different photographers, or books on very narrow themes. Kubota's work, however, is spectacularly different. Never before has one man traveled so many miles and taken so many glorious photos as this noted Magnum photographer. Features a foreword by Charles Kuralt. 174 full-color photographs.