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The Land That God Forgot, Part Three

The No Name Trailer Park, Pearsonville, California – April 1999 Driving through the Mojave is like passing through successive layers of California history. There are haunted places where nothing has changed in decades: little mom & pop motels quietly disintegrating, … Continue reading

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How to Make Something Beautiful (part two)

                  Japanese woodblock: my vintage Canon F-1n (20mm f/2.8) Start with something completely familiar – like an analog single lens reflex. Find a chunk of clear Douglas fir and sketch directly to … Continue reading

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