Afghan Faces book is a high quality picture publication reflecting upon the daily life of Afghanistan people through pictures.
The people of Afghanistan are wonderful and photogenic people, not always understood by an outside world used to seeing images of the country’s ongoing and painful war conflict. Afghan Faces offers the reader a unique insight into the people of this troubled country via high quality photography and pictures.
Author John Casson and photography expert Jeremy Rata travelled to the country in August 2010 along with former ITN reporter and News at Ten presenter Sandy Gall, who has written the Afghan Faces foreword.
All profits from the sale of Afghan Faces and associated events are being donated to charities supporting UK armed forces who are injured in Afghanistan and Sandy Gall’s Afghanistan Appeal.
Review on Amazon:
“A beautiful and moving portrayal of life in today’s Afghanistan. The outstanding photography of Jeremy Rata, and exquisite layout, speak for themselves and give an evocative account of the hardship, and hope, of life in that war torn country. Despite some of the subject matter, this book is a compulsive “read” because of the uncompromising quality of the images and publishing. A bonus is that all the profits go to some very worthy charities. I would not hesitate to recommend buying this book.”