Stranded in the Desert (a pictorial)

When in the desert, one must take advantage of the opportunity for a photo shoot. Especially, when you are stuck in traffic on the way home so you drive off the freeway as soon as possible and pass a strange, lonely, abandoned couch. I don’t want to think about what might have been on it… Either way, it made for a great prop.

What makes the desert so magical to me, other than the natural beauty, is the wind turbines. Clean power is possible! Renewable energy is so important to sustaining life on this planet! We need to keep the oil, coal and the gas in the ground!!! Who knows what will happen if we take it all out. It’s probably there for a reason. Our soil in Southern California is so parched, it cracks. I believe everything is just where it’s meant to be, it all adds specific properties to our spectacular Earth. Please do your part. If you are a homeowner, why not invest in clean energy that will save you so much money down the line! Let’s end our dependence on fossil fuels!

Enjoy! Oh, and shout out to my co-star, my dog Mary Jane. She was the real MVP of this shoot. Just look at the great close-ups of her at the end.

A special thanks to Kyle Laddusaw for making the weekend getaway possible for myself and my girlfriends. Also, for being a good sport and taking these pictures for me. I know I’m a bit of a perfectionist with my creative direction, yet with patience he has learned my style well, and now we capture some lovely images as a team. Thank you.



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