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Review â€œFor three decades, it has been our honor to publish William Least-Heat Moon's Blue Highways. The Ailors' Blue Highways Revisited is a spectacular companion piece to that American classic. Their photos are breathtaking, perfectly synchronized not just to Heat Moon's American odyssey, but our deepest need to see the world anew. I've read Blue Highways a dozen times, and yet it is now, thanks to this beautiful, heartfelt volume, that I feel I've most closely connected with it. Blue Highways Revisited is a magnificent celebrationâ€”and worthy of magnificent celebration itself.â€â€”Geoff Shandler, Editor in Chief, Little, Brown and Companyâ€œBlue Highways evoked powerful images through words, and now we get to see the pictures. Like America, much has changed, and like America, much has not. Either way, these photos and commentary show the fragile beauty of our land, the unending cycles of life, the indomitable passage of time. This book is as richly revealing of America, today, as was William Least Heat-Moonâ€™s spirited story three decades ago.â€â€”Tim Palmer, award-winningÂ author and photographer of Rivers of America and Trees and Forests of America Read more About the Author Edgar I. Ailor III began his photography career on a high school yearbook staff. With a camera always nearby, he honed his skills through several decades of practicing otolaryngology. On retirement in March of 2005 he started Ailor Fine Art Photography in Columbia, Missouri, with Edgar I. Ailor IV. Edgar I. Ailor IV was born to the flash of a camera and he quickly learned no milestone was complete without photographic documentation Â– so his love for photography began at an even younger age than his fatherÂ’s. Edgar IV and his family settled in Schenectady, New York, where he worked for several years serving youth through not-for-profits before forming his own company, Ailor Photography New York. The AilorsÂ’ portfolio of Blue Highways Revisited images was accepted in 2011 as one of a hundred worldwide photography projects for the Santa Fe Review, a prestigious juried review with participants from thirteen countries and twenty-three states. Read more