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The Land That God Forgot – Part Two

¬†El Progresso, Northern Baja California – December 1998 Driving through Mexico in the winter is something I’ve done all my life. Traveling on highway D-1 brings to mind the classic topics of life, death, creation and eternity – mainly because … Continue reading

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Central Baja California

I spent most of today sorting through B/W negatives and old scans updating the Mexico section of my website http://www.johndurantphotos.com and in the process relived some of my forty year relationship with Baja California. Continue reading

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Jesus Maria, Baja California 1988

Kodak TMX B&W film on the road in Baja California – December 1988 This photograph was made with my reliable Mamiya on TMX 120 – a film I reluctantly became familiar with in the early 1990s after Ilford forever altered … Continue reading

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