“A fascinating introduction to a true treasure hunt for the twenty-first century—the GPS-enabled game of geocaching. By way of her remarkable photographs and poetic descriptions, Margot Kelley takes us along for an aesthetic hike rich with cross-disciplinary associations. In words and images, Kelley touches on everything from history to politics to philosophy, allowing us to experience this cultural phenomenon while at the same time re-experiencing our own environment. An adventure from coast to coast and cover to cover, this book raises a whole host of issues revolving around the land and landscape.”
(Leslie K. Brown, Curator, Photographic Resource Center at Boston University 20050101)
"What Margot Anne Kelley finds is how this oddly compelling amalgamation of technology and nature provides fresh insight into the 'places that people . . . treasure enough to share freely.'"
(Paul Rauber Sierra Magazine
About the Author
Margot Anne Kelley is a photographer and writer who teaches at Bentley College. She edited Gloria Naylor's Early Novels, and her writings have appeared in Antipodas, African American Review, Modern Drama, and many anthologies including Ethnicity and the American Short Story and American Women Short Story Writers.