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Steve McCurry Photo Stories

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Bicycles hanging on the side of a train, West Bengal, India, 1983

A fresh out of the plastic new book by acclaimed picture taker Steve McCurry unites the most delightful and effective photograph stories he’s shot in the most recent 30 years. Interestingly, McCurry offers the stories behind his famous pictures. Inside you’ll discover 14 of his most critical assignments like rail go in India (1983), the situation of the Tibetan individuals (2000–6), and the impacts of the Monsoon (1984). Enlivened by more than 100 shading photographs, the book likewise contains at no other time seen travel records including diaries and maps that give the peruser a more profound and wealthier experience.

Above: Women shielding themselves from a dust storm, Rajasthan, India 1983
Sharbat Gula, The Afghan Girl, in Nasir Bagh refuge camp near Peshawar, Pakistan, 1984
Mother and child looking in through a taxi window, Bombay, India, 1993

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