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Presented in a landscape format, this book has very little words but what it lacks in words it makes up for in images.
The book documents Guy Tillim's travels by placing one, large image on each page that's surrounded by a huge amount of white space to ensure all attention falls on each individual shot.
There's an eclectic mix of imagery with seascapes and shots of beaches sat alongside excellent examples of street photography. However, unless you're a particular fan of Tillim's work, it's probably not a title you want to be spending your money on.
The book is well presented, it's constructed well and is of good quality but would I want to spend £40 (or even the £28 Amazon is quoting) on it? Probably not.