Peter Schlesinger warns readers in the introduction to the book how the photographs of Elaine Mayes unfold clue by clue. At first glance, this compilation of innocuous little moments seems to be a travelogue compiled in the past five years, during which Mayes led an almost nomadic lifestyle, never staying more than three months in a city or continent.
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