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True Africa: Photographs by David Sacks True Africa Showcases The Best And Worst Of What Orphans In Sub Saharan Africa Live With Everyday Is There Poverty Yes But There Is Also Beauty, Dignity, A Generosity Of Hospitality, And Joy Extreme Poverty Is An Assault On Human Dignity, But At The End Of The Day It Is No Match For The Human Soul Dignity Can Be Obscured, Beaten Down, And Dressed In Tatters, But Its Essence Remains If You Are Perceptive, You Will See It Professional Photographer David Sacks Is A Master At Drawing Out These Qualities In His Subjects He Shows That Peopleaboth Children And Adultsaare Not Defined By The Outer Shell Of Their Adversity So Put Aside All Your Preconceived Notions About The Calamities Africa May Or May Not Be Facing And Enjoy This Photographic Journey Into The Beautiful And Joyful People Who Live There


About the Author: David Sacks

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5 thoughts on “True Africa: Photographs by David Sacks

  1. "Tabitha May' "Tabitha May' says:

    Beautiful book and delivered in good condition.


  2. BMWdc BMWdc says:

    Fabulous photography by a seriously talented artist And, for a great cause This on a coffee table will elicit wows At least it has on mine.


  3. Bonnie Neely Bonnie Neely says:

    True Africa by David Sacks is one of the most beautiful photography books I have ever had the pleasure of perusing David, a world renowned professional digital photographer has photographed in 34 countries in his 20 years as a professional In this book he documents trips he has made in the 21st Century to Sub Sahara Africa, and many of his photos are of children at an orphanage in Nogongera, Uganda En route on th


  4. Karen Lacy Karen Lacy says:

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, then True Africa is worth 183,000 and From start to finish of this beautiful book, you feel like you are stepping into the lives of each child, adult and community that David Sacks so beautifully captures My camera, Sacks writes, tells the stories that are all around meI try to heighten my ability to observe I press the shutter and try to capture what I see Each photo does tell a s


  5. Eastern Shore Digs Eastern Shore Digs says:

    Sacks book speaks to my soul The photos and their stories are real and yet ethereal because Africa is quite a different place than where I live, and the ability of this photographer to draw out the soul of his subjects, through their expressions and settings even through a look in their eyes is what amazes me Even though I am captured with their settings I am in awe of the people, and I feel that I get to know each one of them as


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