Friday, January 25, 2013

Mother and Child test shot in the Arizona Desert

We set out on the trip to Rio Rico, AZ, an hour drive south of Tucson, AZ along the border with Nogales, Mexico. Upon arriving, I immediately set out to practice setting up the composition in the desert.
Up to this point, I had only learned to attach my cardboard cutouts with wire to the trimmed hedges in Beverly Hills, CA for my Happy Hills Project. The desert was an interesting challenge because unlike Beverly Hills, there was nothing I could attach my cardboard cutouts onto. I figured Home Depot had something I could attach my cutouts to. I found wood lawn stakes that were perfect, and after hammering them into a space, I stepped back and realized my project was coming to life.

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