National Geographic, 1985 Steve McCurry shot photo of young woman at a refugee camp in Pakistan for a story on "Along Afganistan's War-Torn Frontier." In 2002, McCurry and National Geographic returned to Pakistan to find the woman, which they did. The woman's name is Sharbat Gula. My FAVORITE picture of all time....haunting!
She remembers the moment. The photographer took her picture. She remembers her anger. The man was a stranger. She had never been photographed before. Until they met again 17 years later, she had not been photographed since.
Best doctor's office read - I tried subscribing one time, however, and I was hassled day and night about buying videos and books. I had to call and cancel my subscription and tell them to NEVER contact me again. So I read this...anonymously.
PHOTOS: Brazil's Kayapo Meet Modernity On Their Own Terms
National Geographic is always consistent with branding their magazines and using repetitive design aspects. Their design is so easily recognizable due to the use of a yellow border and an amazing photograph on the front cover.
National Geographic Traveler magazine is available in hard copy at your Lake Oswego Public Library. this article talks about the wonderful aspects of national geographic traveler photos, this relates to my genre essay homework because it is a type of publication.