A desert photographer has created a new series that documents the lives of two different cultures.
The series, called Desert Photography, chronicles the lives and times of the people living in the remote desert region of central California.
It is titled “Living in the Desert.”
It is the latest project by the filmmaker, who lives in the town of Yuma in Yuma County.
It’s about two people who were born and raised in the valley, said Brad Smith, the photographer.
They live in a small cabin, where they share a living space.
They cook meals together and make and eat whatever they like.
They have a camper and two horses, but no car.
They have a two-story house and no garden.
They take it one day at a time, Smith said.
Their lives in this little cabin are mostly about the animals they eat and the water they drink.
They love the smell of the air.
The people in the story have their own culture.
They live in isolation, but they also share their history with each other, Smith told ABC News.
They even share their own language, he said.
This is the first time Smith has ever captured desert photography in a documentary, he told ABC.
He said he doesn’t want to make a big thing of it.
The idea is to show people who live there, they can have a different life, he explained.
He wants to inspire people to do the same.
This article was originally published on September 15, 2018 at 8:00 a.m.