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In this sequel to the"New York Times" bestseller "Through the Lens," "National Geographic" showcases the world's peoples in stunning photographs. A ...Show synopsisIn this sequel to the"New York Times" bestseller "Through the Lens," "National Geographic" showcases the world's peoples in stunning photographs. A beautiful collection of more than 280 imagesQnever-before-seen alongside award-winning favoritesQculled from the magazine's extensive archives, this volume presents a powerful retrospective of portrait photography through the eyes and words of five accomplished photographers. 0-7922-7363-X $30.00 / Pocket BooksHide synopsis
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