Palmm Springs Diary

Palm Springs was oh-so-picturesque and definitely far from what I had in mind which was nothing but sand and cacti. And lots of it. By the time I got there, it was already late in the evening and even then it was still charming. But Palm Springs in the day is even better (but can also be hot as hell).

I only had about 72 hours before I head back to Downtown LA so we wasted no time and covered as much ground as we could. With the risk of looking like an absolute tourist, my camera and phone did a ton of snapping of anything and everything.

I spent a significant amount of time switching between the two and fumbling with my phone trying to figure out if I should use Snapchat first or the built-in camera.

The need to document everything was so. very. real.

By the end of the trip, I had a thousand of photos waiting to be edited and published for everyone to gaze at. Here are the ones that made the cut.

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Palm Springs Diary by Sartorialust

Palm Springs Diary by Sartorialust

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Palm Springs Diary by Sartorialust

Palm Springs Diary by Sartorialust

Palm Springs Diary by Sartorialust

Palm Springs Diary by Sartorialust

Palm Springs Diary by Sartorialust

Palm Springs Diary by Sartorialust

Palm Springs Diary by Sartorialust

Palm Springs Diary by Sartorialust
Palm Springs Diary by Sartorialust

Photos of me are by Kurtiss Catt.

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