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A Portrait of Joshua.

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In an intimate portrait of the desert, photographer Brad Gutting creates a dreamy, surrealist series titled Joshua Tree. The series features a Joshua tree — of course — and a succession of overlapping desert scenery.

Courtesy of Brad Gutting.

Courtesy of Brad Gutting.

Courtesy of Brad Gutting.

Courtesy of Brad Gutting.

Courtesy of Brad Gutting.

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