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In 2009 from June to August, Skip Hunt traveled in Mexico on a motorcycle and blogged it all from the road.
The journey began in the sacred desert region known as Huiricuta, to major cities, strange villages that induced strange deja-vu, mountains, jungle, peyote/mushroom rituals, coastline, and amazing winding roads all throughout the Sierra Madres.
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Skip Hunt, born on the wind-swept plains of Oklahoma, is a professional photographer in Austin, Texas. He picked up a 35mm camera in the mid-1970s and has never stopped sharing his unique vision via photographic images. Many moons ago, he was bitten hard by the wanderlust beast and has been canvassing the globe ever since. Visionary artists such as Pete Turner, David Lynch, Cindy Sherman, and André Kertész set Skip's sight on a fine-art horizon early on. His insatiable thirst for rich color and even richer cultural exploration keeps him on the road most of the time. When he's recharging his batteries, he calls Austin, Texas home. See his unique and colorful photography @ kaleidoscopeofcolor.com + skiphuntphotography.com