I've been on a bit of a Terry Pratchett kick lately, and since I don't really have money for new books, I've been reading some of my favorite of his books I've already read. And, since camera phones are a thing now, I've been taking photos of my favorite chunks. I chose these for a bigger reason than just 'I like them.' These are lines that I remember, on a deep level. Lines I've referred back to, or wanted to refer back to, outside the books.
The Truth (2000) is about the invention of the newspaper in Ankh-Morpork (The largest city, and most frequent setting, in Discworld, where most of Prachett's books are set) -- its major themes include racism, privilege, and the role of the press in a free society.
Jingo (1997) is about a brewing war between Ankh-Morpork and Klatch, a middle-eastern-themed continent across a small ocean, over an island that appeared overnight in the middle of that ocean. Its major themes include the distinction between war and crime, politics, racism and xenophobia, and (obviously) jingoism.
(That one doesn't have much to do with the themes I wanted to raise, but it's one of my favorite quotes about the Patrician, Lord Vetinari, who is neck-in-neck with Moist von Lipwig for my favorite Pratchett character, with a fair distance between them and #3.)
I don't have any photos for this one yet. Going Postal is the book I just started reading, again. It's my favorite book, but I haven't read it in a long time because I lent out all five of my copies, and none of them have been returned yet. I bought a new one a few days ago. It's about a con man, put in charge of Ankh-Morpork's long-defunct post office. I'm sure I will have quite a few photographs coming out of it.