A long overdue post from a recent trip to The Huntington gardens. I love the way that the light plays with the textures of the cacti. It was the beginning of a winter sunset.
The Huntington holds an interesting set of memories for me as it was the place my bar exam tutor took me the day before the bar exam. It was our final study session and we walked around the grounds discussing various exam topics (mostly property, if I recall). Going back almost a year later was somewhat surreal as so many things have happened during that time. The cactus, though, look pretty much the same. 
I have a few more photos in this series so I’ll try and get another post out or throw them on Instagram.
-JM
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A long overdue post from a recent trip to The Huntington gardens. I love the way that the light plays with the textures of the cacti. It was the beginning of a winter sunset.
The Huntington holds an interesting set of memories for me as it was the place my bar exam tutor took me the day before the bar exam. It was our final study session and we walked around the grounds discussing various exam topics (mostly property, if I recall). Going back almost a year later was somewhat surreal as so many things have happened during that time. The cactus, though, look pretty much the same. 
I have a few more photos in this series so I’ll try and get another post out or throw them on Instagram.
-JM
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A long overdue post from a recent trip to The Huntington gardens. I love the way that the light plays with the textures of the cacti. It was the beginning of a winter sunset.
The Huntington holds an interesting set of memories for me as it was the place my bar exam tutor took me the day before the bar exam. It was our final study session and we walked around the grounds discussing various exam topics (mostly property, if I recall). Going back almost a year later was somewhat surreal as so many things have happened during that time. The cactus, though, look pretty much the same. 
I have a few more photos in this series so I’ll try and get another post out or throw them on Instagram.
-JM
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A long overdue post from a recent trip to The Huntington gardens. I love the way that the light plays with the textures of the cacti. It was the beginning of a winter sunset.
The Huntington holds an interesting set of memories for me as it was the place my bar exam tutor took me the day before the bar exam. It was our final study session and we walked around the grounds discussing various exam topics (mostly property, if I recall). Going back almost a year later was somewhat surreal as so many things have happened during that time. The cactus, though, look pretty much the same. 
I have a few more photos in this series so I’ll try and get another post out or throw them on Instagram.
-JM
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A long overdue post from a recent trip to The Huntington gardens. I love the way that the light plays with the textures of the cacti. It was the beginning of a winter sunset.
The Huntington holds an interesting set of memories for me as it was the place my bar exam tutor took me the day before the bar exam. It was our final study session and we walked around the grounds discussing various exam topics (mostly property, if I recall). Going back almost a year later was somewhat surreal as so many things have happened during that time. The cactus, though, look pretty much the same. 
I have a few more photos in this series so I’ll try and get another post out or throw them on Instagram.
-JM
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A long overdue post from a recent trip to The Huntington gardens. I love the way that the light plays with the textures of the cacti. It was the beginning of a winter sunset.

The Huntington holds an interesting set of memories for me as it was the place my bar exam tutor took me the day before the bar exam. It was our final study session and we walked around the grounds discussing various exam topics (mostly property, if I recall). Going back almost a year later was somewhat surreal as so many things have happened during that time. The cactus, though, look pretty much the same. 

I have a few more photos in this series so I’ll try and get another post out or throw them on Instagram.

-JM

I found these photos from my trip to La Jolla last June. I’m an avid scuba diver, and it was fun catching these guys on their way to the water.
There’s something about the coldness of California beaches that reminds you that despite having one of the biggest populations and economies, California will always be a place of the wild.
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I found these photos from my trip to La Jolla last June. I’m an avid scuba diver, and it was fun catching these guys on their way to the water.
There’s something about the coldness of California beaches that reminds you that despite having one of the biggest populations and economies, California will always be a place of the wild.
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I found these photos from my trip to La Jolla last June. I’m an avid scuba diver, and it was fun catching these guys on their way to the water.
There’s something about the coldness of California beaches that reminds you that despite having one of the biggest populations and economies, California will always be a place of the wild.
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I found these photos from my trip to La Jolla last June. I’m an avid scuba diver, and it was fun catching these guys on their way to the water.
There’s something about the coldness of California beaches that reminds you that despite having one of the biggest populations and economies, California will always be a place of the wild.
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I found these photos from my trip to La Jolla last June. I’m an avid scuba diver, and it was fun catching these guys on their way to the water.
There’s something about the coldness of California beaches that reminds you that despite having one of the biggest populations and economies, California will always be a place of the wild.
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I found these photos from my trip to La Jolla last June. I’m an avid scuba diver, and it was fun catching these guys on their way to the water.
There’s something about the coldness of California beaches that reminds you that despite having one of the biggest populations and economies, California will always be a place of the wild.
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I found these photos from my trip to La Jolla last June. I’m an avid scuba diver, and it was fun catching these guys on their way to the water.
There’s something about the coldness of California beaches that reminds you that despite having one of the biggest populations and economies, California will always be a place of the wild.
ZoomInfo
I found these photos from my trip to La Jolla last June. I’m an avid scuba diver, and it was fun catching these guys on their way to the water.
There’s something about the coldness of California beaches that reminds you that despite having one of the biggest populations and economies, California will always be a place of the wild.
ZoomInfo

I found these photos from my trip to La Jolla last June. I’m an avid scuba diver, and it was fun catching these guys on their way to the water.

There’s something about the coldness of California beaches that reminds you that despite having one of the biggest populations and economies, California will always be a place of the wild.

I made Nom Nom Paleo’s Siu Yoke (Crispy Roast Pork Belly) last night from her new (and amazing) cookbook. Although the skin didn’t crisp up as much as I would have liked (still trying to figure that one out…my hunch is that it’s because I didn’t have time to let the belly come up to room temp before putting it in the oven, as instructed), it was beyond delicious and beautiful to photograph. The incredible pork came from local farmer and exotic florist extraordinaire Oliver Woolley of Sugar Bush Ranch. And I sautéed some broccolini in ghee for good measure. 
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I made Nom Nom Paleo’s Siu Yoke (Crispy Roast Pork Belly) last night from her new (and amazing) cookbook. Although the skin didn’t crisp up as much as I would have liked (still trying to figure that one out…my hunch is that it’s because I didn’t have time to let the belly come up to room temp before putting it in the oven, as instructed), it was beyond delicious and beautiful to photograph. The incredible pork came from local farmer and exotic florist extraordinaire Oliver Woolley of Sugar Bush Ranch. And I sautéed some broccolini in ghee for good measure. 
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I made Nom Nom Paleo’s Siu Yoke (Crispy Roast Pork Belly) last night from her new (and amazing) cookbook. Although the skin didn’t crisp up as much as I would have liked (still trying to figure that one out…my hunch is that it’s because I didn’t have time to let the belly come up to room temp before putting it in the oven, as instructed), it was beyond delicious and beautiful to photograph. The incredible pork came from local farmer and exotic florist extraordinaire Oliver Woolley of Sugar Bush Ranch. And I sautéed some broccolini in ghee for good measure. 
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I made Nom Nom Paleo’s Siu Yoke (Crispy Roast Pork Belly) last night from her new (and amazing) cookbook. Although the skin didn’t crisp up as much as I would have liked (still trying to figure that one out…my hunch is that it’s because I didn’t have time to let the belly come up to room temp before putting it in the oven, as instructed), it was beyond delicious and beautiful to photograph. The incredible pork came from local farmer and exotic florist extraordinaire Oliver Woolley of Sugar Bush Ranch. And I sautéed some broccolini in ghee for good measure. 
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I made Nom Nom Paleo’s Siu Yoke (Crispy Roast Pork Belly) last night from her new (and amazing) cookbook. Although the skin didn’t crisp up as much as I would have liked (still trying to figure that one out…my hunch is that it’s because I didn’t have time to let the belly come up to room temp before putting it in the oven, as instructed), it was beyond delicious and beautiful to photograph. The incredible pork came from local farmer and exotic florist extraordinaire Oliver Woolley of Sugar Bush Ranch. And I sautéed some broccolini in ghee for good measure. 
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I made Nom Nom Paleo’s Siu Yoke (Crispy Roast Pork Belly) last night from her new (and amazing) cookbook. Although the skin didn’t crisp up as much as I would have liked (still trying to figure that one out…my hunch is that it’s because I didn’t have time to let the belly come up to room temp before putting it in the oven, as instructed), it was beyond delicious and beautiful to photograph. The incredible pork came from local farmer and exotic florist extraordinaire Oliver Woolley of Sugar Bush Ranch. And I sautéed some broccolini in ghee for good measure. 
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I made Nom Nom Paleo’s Siu Yoke (Crispy Roast Pork Belly) last night from her new (and amazing) cookbook. Although the skin didn’t crisp up as much as I would have liked (still trying to figure that one out…my hunch is that it’s because I didn’t have time to let the belly come up to room temp before putting it in the oven, as instructed), it was beyond delicious and beautiful to photograph. The incredible pork came from local farmer and exotic florist extraordinaire Oliver Woolley of Sugar Bush Ranch. And I sautéed some broccolini in ghee for good measure. 
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I made Nom Nom Paleo’s Siu Yoke (Crispy Roast Pork Belly) last night from her new (and amazing) cookbook. Although the skin didn’t crisp up as much as I would have liked (still trying to figure that one out…my hunch is that it’s because I didn’t have time to let the belly come up to room temp before putting it in the oven, as instructed), it was beyond delicious and beautiful to photograph. The incredible pork came from local farmer and exotic florist extraordinaire Oliver Woolley of Sugar Bush Ranch. And I sautéed some broccolini in ghee for good measure. 
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I made Nom Nom Paleo’s Siu Yoke (Crispy Roast Pork Belly) last night from her new (and amazing) cookbook. Although the skin didn’t crisp up as much as I would have liked (still trying to figure that one out…my hunch is that it’s because I didn’t have time to let the belly come up to room temp before putting it in the oven, as instructed), it was beyond delicious and beautiful to photograph. The incredible pork came from local farmer and exotic florist extraordinaire Oliver Woolley of Sugar Bush Ranch. And I sautéed some broccolini in ghee for good measure.