18 November 2007

Ordinary People In Their Homes (Ordinary Gun Owners, That Is)

Kyle Cassidy's photography/coffee table book has been out for a few months now. He's picked up positive coverage around the world from news organizations and publications as diverse as Guns & Ammo, Wisconsin Public Radio, Newsweek (the Japanese edition), and the Washington Post. Now, word is that Focus Fine Art Photography magazine is calling "Armed America: Portraits of Gun Owners In Their Homes" the number one selling photography book in America.

It took Cassidy traveling this nation for two years and more than 15,000 miles. He went into the homes of ordinary people and asked them one simple question . . . "Why do you own a gun?" Their simple answers and his photography are what is so striking, according to reviews and comments on Amazon.com from people who have purchased the book.

Hatip to Breda at The Breda Fallacy

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