In his autobiography, Unreasonable Behavior, Don McCullin spoke of his "abiding love of India" after making his first trip down the Ganges with travel writer Eric Newby. He returned often, sometimes on harrowing assignments but more often for the sheer pleasure of imbibing the generous spirit of its people and for enjoying what has become for him "the most visually exciting place in the world". In his introduction to India, Norman Lewis observes: "All the human qualities -- fortitude, compassion, charity, but above all dignity -- he finds everywhere on display". A remarkable book from one of the finest photographers of our day. Don McCullin was a photojournalist for London's Sunday Times for 18 years; his photos of every major conflict of the last 30 years provide some of the most potent images of the 20th century.Vom Verlag:
To photographer Don McCullin, India is the most visually exciting place in the world. He first discovered it in 1966, in the company of Eric Newby, and has returned many times since. These pictures depict real life in all its diversity.
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