"His friend Picasso called him Ishmael. David Douglas Duncan roamed the planet for more than 70 years and "listened" with his camera in the once peaceful deserts of Afghanistan, the skies over Okinawa, the killing fields of Vietnam. "War is in the eyes," this deeply humane photographer notes in his visual memoir, Photo Nomad
(National Geographic), a magnificent, heartbreaking act of witness."
— Cathleen Medwick