While I’m still not entirely over this cold of mine, it seems to keep lingering in a horrible cough, I couldn’t stay cooped up anymore! So over the weekend Patrick and I drove out to Joshua Tree for a day. Patrick has never been and was bummed on missing out when my dad and I went in March. While I had to visit the site of Gram Parsons’ infamous “cremation” again, it was wonderful to take time and enjoy the striking beauty of this stunning and unique desert scape.
Patrick also brought along our dual lens to take some pictures, which we need to take to the new photography place we are lucky enough to live near. While using the dual lens a woman came up to us asking what we were shooting with, and we ended up talking in depth about photography and film, as she herself was shooting some 35 mm black and white film! It’s nice to know that film isn’t entirely dead!
Fringe Leather Jacket & Turquoise Rings: Expo
Hat: Buffalo Exchange, Costa Mesa, Calif.
Flying Burrito Brothers Tee: Worn Free
70s Levis: Retro Rejuvenation, Coburg, Ore.
Cowboy Boots: Antique Alley, Portland, Ore.
Turquoise Cross: Wanderlust, Portland, Ore.
Shirt: The Rose Bowl Flea Market, Pasadena, Calif.
Jeans: Freddies of Pinewood
Disclaimer: I did not write the graffiti seen in the image above. I do not support graffiti in any way, shape, or form, especially when it is done to National Parks and small businesses.