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National Geographic Live, Laugh, Celebrate

Author:
Ferdinand Protzman
Format:
Hardcover with Dust Jacket
Pages:
299
Publisher:
National Geographic Society
RRP:
$59.99
Size:
28.3 x 25.7 x 2.5cm
Weight:
1.6kg
ISBN:
9781426205064
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Available

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Humankind just can't resist a celebration whoever we are and wherever on Earth we may be, somebody's got a reason to cheer: a new spouse, a new house, a new year, or a new baby. 
Sometimes the occasion is grand a royal wedding, a coronation, a presidential inauguration and sometimes it's as simple as a home-cooked family feast, but every society and every civilization marks life's milestones with events and traditions uniquely their own. 
This lavish and generous collection of photographs and accompanying essays showcases 150 full-color images, some new and never before published, others culled from National Geographic's archive of classic, often pioneering photography. In these pages we included festivities all over the world, from annual events like Carnival, Cinco de Mayo, Bastille Day, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa to personal events like weddings or graduations. 

Here are religious processions, martial parades, and high-spirited sporting rivalries from American baseball to World Cup soccer to the quadrennial pageant of the Olympics. 
An exquisite objet d'art in itself, Live, Laugh, Celebrate is an ideal gift, appropriate to any occasion and a special treat for connoisseurs of fine, first-rate photography. 
About the Author

Ferdinand Protzman is an award-winning writer, culture critic, and journalist. He is the author of Landscape: Photographs of Time and Place (2003) and Wide Angle: National Geographic Greatest Places (2005 ). He has written reviews, and features for the New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and other newspapers, and he is a contributor to the magazine ARTnews.