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mammoth.

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cap c/o treeline outdoors | pack c/o topo designs
mammoth mountain, california

i don't know about you, but just looking at these photos makes me chilly. 
but with the holiday season just around the corner, i'm okay with that.

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haiti memories.

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the air in haiti was dry, the weather hot. when it rained, it poured — and lasted all through the night. we took long journeys to various communities, meeting so many children along the way. there were knobby-haired girls and soccer-dribbling boys in the schools, in the camps, and in the shelters, and all of them greeted us with glowing smiles and eager curiosity. we were the people with the cameras...

excerpt from my article
featured writer/photographer | pg. 23-24 

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we are kings.

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kings canyon national park, august 2014

we finally ticked our first visit to kings canyon national park off the list. spencer and i have been wanting to go explore this area for far too long, and over his birthday weekend (which also happened to fall over labor day this year) we made the trek to the mountains. lazy days fishing on the river, reading a good book. hiking and exploring, our days moved slowly and leisurely - just the way we like it. the nights were filled with flickering flames, smoke-filled clothes and warm food. we had a gem of a campsite - right on the river's edge. no need to go anywhere sometimes. just stay right where you are.


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the mystery spot.

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santa cruz, july 2014 | pineapple tank c/o style lately

so i was super stoked on this place. once i discovered the mystery spot, i was immediately enchanted. i did all my research before going, and then when we made our way up the coastline and got to santa cruz we made sure to stop by for a little visit to this strange part of the universe. i was way into it. the tour guide mo had me convinced this was a weird spec on the planet that had some super aliens-and-comets-hit-the-earth type activity going on. regrettably, some days later spencer told me this was just another one of those tourist traps which i had really truly believed full-heartedly. either way, i don't care - defying gravity for a day was pretty cool to me! 
 

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