North and South, the Brothers War
is an essay in photographs from the acclaimed Americana photographer Kristoffersen. This 128 page volume is a pictorial story of the American Civil War seen through the eyes of Kristoffersen and recreated by a huge cast of Civil War re-enactors. They say that every picture tells a story, and in this case it's true; this is an exciting visual 'thrill' ride through the marching, marshalling, drilling, acrid smoke-filled battlefields, line upon line of muskets afire, the aftermath, and the haunting ghost-like figures. All of it is movingly captured here, in this tribute to America's 'War of Brothers'.