While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger, 2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger, 2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017
  While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.  Letters of a passenger,  2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

While exploring Tbilisi and Baku I spent the night at the homes of different families. The images represent a search for intimacy, for spaces that describe somebody’s life, both real and imagined.

Letters of a passenger,
2015-2017

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