It is with a heavy heart that I bring the news that these will most likely be the last few images you will see in this stunning location. 💔
If you haven’t watched my stories of processing the shock, devastation and heartbreak, now you know. ☹️😭
I knew this day would come eventually and I had even more so of the feeling lately since there’s been a lot of construction right next to where this is located.
I went up to shoot today and was shocked to see trespassing signs surrounding the path I would walk to get there. I stood and stared at it blankfaced in shock for a solid two minutes. There are houses (mansions I should say) near the spot and I know they’ve seen me countless times, so I decided fuck it and kept walking only to find more trespassing signs so I turned around and walked out.
Assuming they aren’t also going to demolish the concrete slab that I shoot on, I’m going to see if there’s anything I can do. Maybe I’m naive to say that but I’m going to try. That spot means more to me than anything and I’ve yet to find anything better. It is perfection. It is everything I had ever dreamed of to achieve the images I envisioned.
Otherwise, I will adapt. I somewhat see this as a sign. I’ve been thinking about moving for a long time and this spot was honestly one of the things that kept me here and it would literally be easier for me to move on if it was gone. Also, this last time I shot here I believe I took some of the best photos I ever had that I probably couldn’t top. That was the peak. It was almost like a parting gift right before it would be gone.
I talk about this shit like it’s a human I had a relationship with. And I kinda love it.
I’m mostly certain this is the end. It’s time to start adventuring for something new. I’m heart broken, yet so thankful I even had the opportunity to begin with. It was a long run- about five years. And it brought me more blessings I could ever imagine.
Au revoir. ❤️
Outfit by @aloyoga