Near Yuma

When I was around eight years old my father left San Diego and moved to Yuma, Arizona. To be honest with the exception of passing through it heading east on Interstate 8, I knew nothing about Yuma. I knew nothing and I had no desire to learn anything about it. Now I’m a feeling curious about it. It’s really not very far from San Diego, so the other day on sort of a whim Melissa and I went out that way. We didn’t exactly have a specific goal in mind, and ended up a bit outside of Yuma. First we visited the Castle Dome Mine. It was a bit too touristy for me but there were a couple of decent (I think) photos to emerge from it. So I’m trying not to be too regretful of the $15 admission charge. After the realizing the mine was not what I was really looking for in terms of photos, we ended up heading north on the 95 until we finally got clear of military land and found some cool spots.

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Model: Jenny
Lighting Assistant: Sophia

I had intended to write something profound about these photos. Because of all of the images I’ve taken this year, these may be the most profound both to me and my subject. Yet when it comes down to it, I’m not sure my words can put a meaning to them. So perhaps I’ll revisit this post one day soon and try again. However I didn’t want my writer’s block from keeping these photos off of my site.

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Model: Luz
Lighting Assistant: Carlos

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