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California Girl

                Poppy Photos were taken in collaboration with Michael Hepburn (IG: @michael_w_hepburn) and Nabil Khan (IG: @khanfucios / Portfolio: http://www.khanfucious.com/) Please follow and like us:

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Community : Mexico City (Episode 2)

Ancient and hip, Mexico City is as traditional as it is modern. It is diverse and constantly evolving but what stays consistent is community. Community can be seen in the streets, in the markets, in the exchange of delicious food, and, of course, in the family. Please follow and like us:

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Folklore & Faith : Mexico City (Episode 1)

What is folklore and what is faith? In our first episode we take pilgrimages to La Villa de Guadalupe, Teotihuacan, and La Casa Azul. Each site is spiritual, ancestral, and essential to Mexican identity. Please follow and like us:

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Les Ardentes

As festival season ebbs and flows all over the world, we get to experience the diverse approaches to this increasingly popular presentation of our modern musical landscape. Each region seems to have a spirit and ambience of its own, a particular mood, even when lineups and tours stay almost the same. Belgium, in general, hosts… Read more »

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Return to Splash House

Our second Splash House experience was one of reunions and rediscoveries. We came across our Spanish amigo (who we first met with crutches) fully healed and just as ready to party. The mystery photographer we captured last year (a portrait we posted and reposted without knowing his identity) wandered the same backstage area we did…. Read more »

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Minimal Liège

Liège is quirky. Liège is strange. Liège est laid. Belgian’s third largest city has been described in many ways, simply because it is hard to define. Liège may not be first on people’s travel lists, but it should be. Its unique combination of architectural styles, cloudy skies, and winding streets seems to never make sense. But, that is… Read more »

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Minimal LBC

Under the sway of palm trees bustles one of the most diverse cities in the United States. Long Beach embodies both the American dream and the California dream. It may be a part of Los Angeles County, but it stands alone as its own desirable destination. In this Minimal entry, we capture the unexpected local… Read more »

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Minimal LA (pt. 2)

Los Angeles is home to us here at ERAEM. The city may not be known for obvious architectural beauty, but, like every place in the world, its allure exists within its unique details. In another Minimal City Series we explore the shapes of a space in a simplified form. These captured moments are intimate, personifying… Read more »

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Minimal LA

Los Angeles is home to us here at ERAEM. The city may not be known for obvious architectural beauty, but, like every place in the world, its allure exists within its unique details. In another Minimal City Series we explore the shapes of a space in a simplified form. These captured moments are intimate, personifying… Read more »

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THE SPLASH HOUSE EXPERIENCE

Splash House may seem like your typical electronic, bikini, tank top, drug-filled festival party, but it is so much more. Driving through the quiet suburban sprawl that is Palm Springs, one would never suspect a slew of wild parties were going down. Floating high above each pool, only a seemingly innocent rainbow balloon marked the… Read more »

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Minimal SF

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MIDDLE OF SOMEWHERE: White Sands National Monument

This series explores “nowhere,” the relative of “now here.” We drove through the desert deciding we were in the middle of nowhere, only to realize: it didn’t really exist. You see, even from the middle of nowhere, any direction you go will eventually take you somewhere. So we asked: Can anything be nowhere if you’re… Read more »

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Middle of Somewhere: Red Rock Canyon

This series explores “nowhere,” the relative of “now here.” We drove through the desert deciding we were in the middle of nowhere, only to realize: it didn’t really exist. You see, even from the middle of nowhere, any direction you go will eventually take you somewhere. So we asked: Can anything be nowhere if you’re… Read more »

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Middle of Somewhere

This series explores “nowhere,” the relative of “now here.” We drove through the desert deciding we were in the middle of nowhere, only to realize: it didn’t really exist. You see, even from the middle of nowhere, any direction you go will eventually take you somewhere. So we asked: Can anything be nowhere if you’re… Read more »

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Americana : The Original Series

“Americana” is an original series that follows two 24-year-old American women as they road trip through the American Southwest. Driving from Chicago to their native Los Angeles, they explore the terrain to understand the American identity, eventually discovering and understanding their own. Please follow and like us:

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First Look : Americana

“Americana” is an original series that follows two 24-year-old American women as they road trip through the American Southwest. Driving from Chicago to their native Los Angeles, they explore the terrain to understand the American identity, eventually discovering their own.     Please follow and like us:

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Soulmates

A dedication to the Soulmates of the world and the city of Chicago. Song: Bahwee – Hold me tight https://www.facebook.com/BAHWEE http://huhwhatandwhere.com/ Please follow and like us:

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Pilsen

The Bright Barrio Everything is art in Pilsen. Murals are strewn across buildings like storybook pages, windows are effortlessly stuffed with strange objects that somehow fit together perfectly, and left over chalk from children or street artists sink into the crevasses of the sidewalk in sunny streaks. Driving, biking, walking, any encounter with the neighborhood,… Read more »

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Las Angelenas in Chicago

Chicago is moody.   The perfect curves and angles of downtown (known as The Loop for its intersection of the “L” trains) remain visible from surrounding neighborhoods. This gives the divided, multifaceted city a sense of equilibrium, a center, a start and a reference point. It is the city’s way of reminding you, at all… Read more »