A Ritual Wander in Death Valley, Documented on 35mm Film

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Photographer

Linnea Bullion

Camera

Minolta x-700

Film

Kodak Ultramax 400, Fujicolor Superia 400

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A Ritual Wander in Death Valley, Documented on 35mm Film

Even in the hottest place on Earth, captivating beauty exists in ways words cannot do justice

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