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  1. Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

  2. Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

  3. Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

  4. Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

    Mexico

  5. Recent film from a busted ass rangefinder 

    Recent film from a busted ass rangefinder 

    Recent film from a busted ass rangefinder 

    Recent film from a busted ass rangefinder 

    Recent film from a busted ass rangefinder 

    Recent film from a busted ass rangefinder 

    Recent film from a busted ass rangefinder 

    Recent film from a busted ass rangefinder 

    Recent film from a busted ass rangefinder 

  6. Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

  7. Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

    Some some summah

  8. On the road in Nor-Cal

    On the road in Nor-Cal

    On the road in Nor-Cal

    On the road in Nor-Cal

    On the road in Nor-Cal

    On the road in Nor-Cal

    On the road in Nor-Cal

    On the road in Nor-Cal

    On the road in Nor-Cal

    On the road in Nor-Cal

    On the road in Nor-Cal

  9. Santa Cruz

    Santa Cruz

    Santa Cruz

    Santa Cruz

    Santa Cruz

    Santa Cruz

    Santa Cruz

    Santa Cruz

  10. While on the Monterrey Pier, Andria had a conversation with an elderly gentleman who was smiling down from the balcony of the historic Bruce Ariss Wharf Theater. The gentleman turned out to be Angelo Di Girolamo, the 92 year old proprietor of the theater. He invited us up in the theater, and we spent time chatting with Angelo and hearing his beautiful stories. 
Angelo moved to Monterrey from Boston when he was 16, and worked on fishing boats before serving in WWII as an airplane mechanic. He returned from service and owned one of the original fresh seafood restaurants on the pier, before building the theater himself with the influential artist Bruce Ariss. 
Talking with Angelo was fascinating—he is a positive, upbeat, and very encouraging and humorous person. His personality was bright and cheerful, and he very openly shared stories of his life with no hesitation. It was incredible to think that this guy has worked on the wharf for 76 years, has been married for 64 years, and has owned the theater now for 38 years. That kind of long term commitment seems so unheard-of in the world today.

    While on the Monterrey Pier, Andria had a conversation with an elderly gentleman who was smiling down from the balcony of the historic Bruce Ariss Wharf Theater. The gentleman turned out to be Angelo Di Girolamo, the 92 year old proprietor of the theater. He invited us up in the theater, and we spent time chatting with Angelo and hearing his beautiful stories. 
Angelo moved to Monterrey from Boston when he was 16, and worked on fishing boats before serving in WWII as an airplane mechanic. He returned from service and owned one of the original fresh seafood restaurants on the pier, before building the theater himself with the influential artist Bruce Ariss. 
Talking with Angelo was fascinating—he is a positive, upbeat, and very encouraging and humorous person. His personality was bright and cheerful, and he very openly shared stories of his life with no hesitation. It was incredible to think that this guy has worked on the wharf for 76 years, has been married for 64 years, and has owned the theater now for 38 years. That kind of long term commitment seems so unheard-of in the world today.

    While on the Monterrey Pier, Andria had a conversation with an elderly gentleman who was smiling down from the balcony of the historic Bruce Ariss Wharf Theater. The gentleman turned out to be Angelo Di Girolamo, the 92 year old proprietor of the theater. He invited us up in the theater, and we spent time chatting with Angelo and hearing his beautiful stories. 
Angelo moved to Monterrey from Boston when he was 16, and worked on fishing boats before serving in WWII as an airplane mechanic. He returned from service and owned one of the original fresh seafood restaurants on the pier, before building the theater himself with the influential artist Bruce Ariss. 
Talking with Angelo was fascinating—he is a positive, upbeat, and very encouraging and humorous person. His personality was bright and cheerful, and he very openly shared stories of his life with no hesitation. It was incredible to think that this guy has worked on the wharf for 76 years, has been married for 64 years, and has owned the theater now for 38 years. That kind of long term commitment seems so unheard-of in the world today.

    While on the Monterrey Pier, Andria had a conversation with an elderly gentleman who was smiling down from the balcony of the historic Bruce Ariss Wharf Theater. The gentleman turned out to be Angelo Di Girolamo, the 92 year old proprietor of the theater. He invited us up in the theater, and we spent time chatting with Angelo and hearing his beautiful stories.

    Angelo moved to Monterrey from Boston when he was 16, and worked on fishing boats before serving in WWII as an airplane mechanic. He returned from service and owned one of the original fresh seafood restaurants on the pier, before building the theater himself with the influential artist Bruce Ariss. 

    Talking with Angelo was fascinating—he is a positive, upbeat, and very encouraging and humorous person. His personality was bright and cheerful, and he very openly shared stories of his life with no hesitation. It was incredible to think that this guy has worked on the wharf for 76 years, has been married for 64 years, and has owned the theater now for 38 years. That kind of long term commitment seems so unheard-of in the world today.

  11. Monterrey Pier

    Monterrey Pier

    Monterrey Pier

    Monterrey Pier

    Monterrey Pier

    Monterrey Pier

    Monterrey Pier

    Monterrey Pier

  12. Food truck life

    Food truck life

    Food truck life

    Food truck life

    Food truck life