• June St Paul in Joshua Tree

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    • 22 image complete photoset at an abandoned mill by Nuance Artistry
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    I originally wrote this for Patreon on October 28th 2016. I no longer use Patreon and have replaced it with my website (here) but thought I would share some of my old blogs with you for FREE to show my appreciation for you visiting my website! <3


    My friend Nuance Artistry was kind enough to send me a ton of photos from our shoots to share with you! We have taken photos in an abandoned college, my favorite abandoned house (the one with the pool in the back yard!), and an abandoned house that had been burned down (well, mostly).

    I’ll occasionally go with him to scout out new abandoned locations and the last time we went we got caught! EEK! We were checking out a location that had 3 abandoned houses and right as we were walking back out to the main road a cop was driving by. Boy did we have terrible timing! The cop of course turned around and stopped us. He asked us a bunch of questions like why we were there, what we were doing, how we knew about the place, etc. He really seemed like he thought we had drugs or something. I guess that’s what most people are doing when he catches them at abandoned locations. We were just there to check the place out! Luckily he let us go without too much hassle but oh gosh I was nervous.

    Here are a few of my favorites from the abandoned college:

    (I know, I know, we were right out front of the college. hehe)

    Some from my favorite abandoned house (there’s a pool and hot tub in the back yard!):

    There are cool built-in cabinets there, too.

    And a few from the burned down abandoned house:

    I had soot all over me by the end of this shoot! This was right before I got a piece of glass stuck in my foot. Ever since this shoot I’ve kept a first aid kit in my camera bag. You can’t be too prepared!

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    This blog was originally posted to patreon on April 10th 2016. I am currently in the process of moving everything from patreon over here to my website, because I don’t trust patreon to continue to allow me to have nude content, but here on my website I have COMPLETE CONTROL. I’m hoping to have everything moved over by the end of the year. =]

    I’m posting this archived blog here for FREE as my way of showing you appreciation for visiting my website! <3


    I’ve been thinking today about how much I love exploring and remembering all the wonderful places I’ve been. I’ve clambered up a mountain and climbed down waterfalls to find the perfect little pool in which to photograph a new friend. I’ve been soot-covered in a burned down abandoned house in which I found a death certificate from 20 years ago. I’ve spent 10 minutes just walking around a mansion to see every room, most of which were named after a spice or herb. It was large enough to need 2 staircases and had the most beautiful tree outside the front door, leaves bright yellow in October. I’ve continuously returned to the big abandoned house owned by a peacock and frequented by geese. I’ve been sunburned from not realizing how long I had been taking self portraits in a quarry within walking distance of my apartment. I’ve ran back home after a whirlwind shoot in the quarry right before a thunderstorm started. I’ve been to an abandoned 3 story college with an enormous & prominent staircase on the first floor, all of the giant windows completely broken and gone. I climbed the crooked beams at the back of the college which were mangled as a result of a fire.

    I’m so thankful for these and many other amazing unmentioned places I’ve visited. Don’t even get me started on how lucky I am to have met so many fantastic people. =] <3

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