Lisa Caraway - Acro-American

Tomorrow does not feel like election day but it is!  I don't want to get very political because it'll make my head explode but this is the worst election of my life.  For those wrestling fans, this reminds me of John Cena vs. Randy Orton for the WWE title.  I'm so interested in both and whoever wins the title is going to ruin it.  Just saying.  Well in spite of all that there are plenty of other things to vote for tomorrow besides the top of the ticket.  For instance, here in California we are voting whether or not to make weed recreational.  So to memorialize one of our most patriotic things we can do I thought it would be good to debut this very patriotic set shot back in July on America's birthday with Lisa Caraway.

Let's rewind to July.  Angelina Christina was working on at new piece at liquor store in Santa Monica.  We wound up being at that wall for thirty days over the course of two months but that's really another story for the eventual debut of that set, however during that time our good friend Lisa was in the area and stopped by for a little impromptu photoshoot/adventure in her most patriotic bikini.  I love photographing Lisa with art work as she really knows how to make a stunning pose that just goes so well with Angelina's work.  Of course Lisa is also just an amazing model so that should could as no surprise.  Our intention was just to shoot some photos with Angelina's piece but Lisa then invited me down to Santa Monica beach to check out the acro yoga that goes on there regularly.  It was quite the experience and we got some really dope shots.  We also meandered around Santa Monica a bit for some more shooting.  It was a short but incredibly fun and spirited adventure that I think you'll love as much as I do.  Hopefully it'll get you in the spirit to go out and vote tomorrow! (or don't, I also believe that's your choice, but don't bitch about the results).

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Lisa Caraway - Acro-American

Lisa Caraway - Acro-American