Elizabeth Warner was born and grew up in Detroit, Michigan, but has since wandered very far afield, traveling to 60 countries. She spent 14 years working and living overseas in Central Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and her archive contains over 40,000 digital images from around the world. Her photographs are a documentary of life, celebrating those moments of discovery that occur when you take the wrong road, follow the advice of a local to get to the best viewpoint, or hop on a train because the destination looks interesting. Elizabeth has traveled to exotic places such as Samarkand, Uzbekistan, cave monasteries at Davit Gareja, Georgia, and Bronze Age settlements at Gonur Depe, Turkmenistan. In 2014, Elizabeth returned to the United States, where is now at work documenting the breathtaking and the quotidian in all 50 states--eventually.