We try and stay away from overly wordy wannabe reviews here but there’s something about Annabel Elston’s photography that’s rather haunting. Or, as her blurb for Somewhere Else says, ‘The ability to recognize and identify the joy or disenchantment of others prepares the street photographer to shape a picture.’ Published by Steidl.

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