From the publisher:
"Award-winning photographer Omar Badsha’s latest book Seedtimes showcases images from a number of documentary projects he worked on. Beginning in the late 70s, it is an account of how South Africa’s people shaped their identities through everyday rituals. It’s also a story of how our people moved from the margins of a racist, repressive and twisted society to take centre stage in the struggle to bring down Apartheid."
26.7 x 28.8 x 3.5 cm | 320 pages | hardcover