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stRAyNGER is a ranger of the strange and no stranger to the range. Obsessed with exploration and discovery, you'll often find him hunting down LA's latest street art, exploring an abandoned building, venturing into a mine or photographing an amazing sacred site - all on the same day. He loves all creatures big & small, folk artists, cult leaders, freaks, nature lovers, creators, collectors, history makers, hermits, loners and just about anyone else who lives life outside the lines. While most of his adventures take place in the great American West, there are occasions when he'll venture east of the Rockies. Whatever the location, you can count on him to search out those places that are off the beaten path, down a narrow dirt road and past the "DANGER KEEP OUT" signs. The more obscure, the better. ================================================================= Abandoned/Urbex • Architecture • Art/Street Art • Animals/Creatures • Factories/Industrial • Festivals/Culture • Mines/Ghost Towns • Nature/Hikes • Obscure • Roadside Attractions • Sacred/Spiritual • Arizona • California • Eastern Sierra • Great Basin • Highway [1][6][14][49][95][395] • Los Angeles • Mojave Desert • National Parks • Nevada • Oregon • Owens Valley • SoCal ================================================================= Protecting and preserving historic, sacred, and sensitive sites should be practiced by all. Locations, directions, and names to some of the places found on this site are not listed, please don't ask for them. Tread lightly, leave no trace and always respect the wonder that surrounds you.

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