Travel from my home town early in the moring to the LA County Fair late into the night!
Planning on shooting a location at the LA County Fair located at the Fairplex in Pomona, CA, I decided to spice things up a little! The morning before going to the fair, I thought, “Why not dress that fair up with a little with some Southern Californian home town charm?” So walking around downtown, I captured some of the best of my So Cal town of Redlands, CA to add to the action, bright lights, and fantastic fun of the fair!
So if you missed the fun, or you live too far to have enjoyed it, may i present to you my days journey from my home to the LA County Fair!
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