“Face to Face” by Allison Wright

Stunning portrait photography!!!

Allison Wright has circled the globe to capture the most captivating, culturally diverse, and interesting people on the face of the earth.  A true cross-section of humankind.

I personally believe that Asian people are the most beautiful people on the planet.  Ms. Wright brings a large variety of people from that corner of the world.  I especially believe that those who dwell in the cradle of the Buddhist culture are fascinating, beautiful, and wonderful people.  I think especially of those from Tibet, Nepal, and India.  Their culture is reflected in their beautiful dress and their photographic dispositions.  The camera loves these people.  Whether they are regaled in the robes of royalty, or the rags of the poor, this photographer captured collective beauty of mankind in general.

I highly recommend this book, not only for the beautiful photography, but the underlying lessons of cultures of which we Westerners know far too little.

I received an electronic copy of this book as an ARC from the publisher, with the only expectation being a fair and honest review.  There are no financial connections between the publisher, the author, or this reviewer.  This review will appear on Goodreads.com, Amazon.com, NetGalley.com, and my blog: JonReviewsBooks1.wordpress.com.


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