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Santa Monica Goes Green, Weirdness Emerges
I innocently went to Third Street Promenade on Saturday to go shopping to put together a new "I'm single and available" look as the current one isn't working, and happened upon some sort of pre-Earth Day, super green I heart the environment festival. Fortunately Earth Day brings out the best of Santa Monica, and my camera and I happened to be there. I can't appropriately put words to this, so just click the photos.
Anyway, you can be sure as hell that I'll be at the big festival next weekend. This is only a preview.
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