David Carol is a photographer whose quick-witted, shoot-from-the-hip style has become extremely recognizable within the photography community. David Carol "Who Cares," New York City, 2015 He recently published his seventh book of photography, No Plan B, a retrospective of his humorous yet surreal personal work from the 90s until now. David Carol "Telefon," Cappadocia, Turkey, 1995 David Carol "Gorilla," Long Island, 2015 David Carol "Max's Hands," Maine, 2012 He captures striking, relatable moments, like feeling isolated even when you're surrounded by millions of people. David Carol "Subway Girl," New York City, 2013 David Carol "Boat" Mystic, Connecticut, 2001 The images included in this book feature photos from the Arctic Ocean to post-Soviet Russia, from the Mojave Desert to the streets of Istanbul. David Carol "Joe With Fish," Baffin Island, Canada, 1997 Carol has been photographing for himself and his clients for over 35 years. David Carol "Topless Dancers," Florida, 2002 David Carol "Horse and Fence," Mojave Desert, California, 2002 David Carol "The Woods," Connecticut, 2014 His work is part of permanent collections in more than 50 museums and libraries worldwide. David Carol "Turnaround," Long Island, 2012 No Plan B is available for sale online at Peanut Press.