This photo essay brought to you by Twizzlers (now for breakfast), NyQuil (take just enough and you'll sleep a good six hours, wake up refreshed and ready to drive to the desert before dawn), Vasquez Rocks (the visitor's center has a GODDAMN FRIGHTENING RATTLESNAKE, THE RATTLE IS SO FAST IT'S A BLUR), and whatever television production crew started arriving as we were packing up to leave, the fact of which put a shit-eating grin on my face, because we spent the day taking pictures, instead of working for a living.
Lou Noble was born, lives, and will one day die in Los Angeles. He is the Editor-In-Chief of The Photographic Journal.
May Daniels is an Oakland-based artist, primarily focused on connecting with people of color to produce work that represents a deeply underrepresented narrative. Currently learning how to shoot film!