Photo Essay #7...A Series of Portraits From Parts of Africa and The Middle East. (Now in Stories)
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This photo essay is a series of portraits I made during two trips to parts of Africa and The Middle East in 1975 and 1978.
I had no intention of photographing this woman but when she saw the cameras, she immediately lowered her veil and gave me a big smile, gold and all. Who could resist making the image?
In my 'Photojournalism' collection.
In the Portraits From Parts of Africa and The Middle East photo essay.
Also by James Wiley
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