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LA Trip Photo Dump

These are all the rad photos from my LA Trip that didn't fit into any of the other posts.  Really proud of some of these shots.

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Kyle Kelley aka Tracko descending the hills on his way to work

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Kyle's kitty

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a polaroid taken by a drunk admirer at the Smog Cutter bar the night previous

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cool zine from Massan

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kitty in the sink

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I bought the GSC boys flowers at the farmers market

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AC everywhere

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Americana

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JOHN

April 12, 2012

Lovely shots. Looks like very fantastic though I’m impressed. Particularly kitty in the sink makes me lough. Thanks mate and keep it going.

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