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the photography and journalism blog of Ariel Swartley

 

 

 

Dry Times

November 10, 2015
Greetings from the Land of Little Rain. Death Valley had a flood last month. California's farmland is still dry. ABOUT the Series: Words and Pictures I nspired by Calif...
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Our Part of Town

July 07, 2015
Our part of town: Whiskey Flats to Point Fermin, a mile-long stretch of San Pedro, at the southernmost edge of L.A. It's a neighborhood of hills and fog, bordered on thre...
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Story Line

December 05, 2014
There are stories that you follow linearly like piece of music or a hiking trail. They keep you facing forward, though sometimes they look back, and may even end up where...
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What's Really Out There

October 20, 2014
Things aren't always how they're seen. In my book, SIGHTED_The Records, there are two versions of the same shot. In one, several moons--or maybe I mean discs-- are clear...
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Dice in Your Face

September 26, 2014
Last week we stopped in a casino near Hoover Dam to use the restroom. (Long road trip.) W ould have put a fiver in a slot game too, but the smoke got to us first. Two ni...
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