American photographer Meryl Meisler never dreamed about running away and joining the circus but she always loved the concept. It was the Meisler family tradition to see The Greatest Show on Earth when The Ringling Bros, Barnum & Bailey Circus came to New York. The lights, costumes, performers — there was nothing as big as the circus. In 1977, Meryl...
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