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The lives of others

In a book of riveting portraits, Robin Bowman documents the complexities of US teens

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / January 26, 2008

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NORTH YARMOUTH, Maine - She worked for major magazines, lived with rebels in the Mexican jungle, traveled to hot spots from Bosnia to the Mideast on intense assignments. But photographer Robin Bowman discovered that she was nervous around ordinary teenagers. That discovery led to the most ambitious project of her career. (Full article: 1371 words)

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