Jason B. LaBombard

Egypt

Jason B. LaBombard
August 23, 2010
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EGYPT: From blistering deserts to clamorous streets, life seemed to both plod and race along – resting in the shadows and toiling in the heat. Inextricably, the metallic calls to prayer rise above the the din of horns and bray of donkeys. I could taste the dust in the tea, earthy and strong – much like the people encountered along the way.

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A passion for evocative and compelling photographs has led me to peer into the hearts of cultures, and the eyes of their people. From South America to South East Asia, the Caribbean to North East Africa, I am drawn by their beauty, struggles, hope, and the narrative of their lives. The chapters I have captured in photographs have truly enriched my own story along the way. With a penchant for venturing to hard places, the odyssey of cultivating cultural, destination, and humanitarian photography is where I am most alive. N49TH – Evocative. Compelling. Photography.

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