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Views from the Getty Center

I’m so excited about these pictures that I recently found on the hard drive of my camcorder. I edited a couple of stills, and this is from the last time I was in Los Angeles with my sister Dakota & we went to the Getty Center to enjoy some incredible views on the city of angels.

© Photography by Madison Kennedy
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I love you !

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© Photography by Madison Kennedy

I love my sister Dakota so much… she’s the most important person in my life. She’s always been there for me, like a hardcore rock. I’m the bigger sister, but she’s definitively always been the strongest one : she’s my little sun. She’s supported my crazy ideas and helped me whenever she could, no matter what I had in mind, trusting me even (especially) when no one else would. & There’s nobody in the whole world I trust more than her. She’s just my favorite person.

I’m grateful beyond compare to have her as a sister, but she’s more than that to me, she’s my best friend also. I want to say thank you to her, and let everyone know that she’s the greatest human being on this planet, and how in more ways than one she abled me to become who I am today. Through her support and care, I gained the wings I needed to fly away and accomplish the things I dreamed of, and couldn’t have done otherwise. Thank you immensely D., I love and adore you. I miss you so much… see you in 40 days !

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Spending Halloween at the Bellagio in Las Vegas
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In Santa Monica, enjoying a day out to the beach

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Grocery shopping in Calabasas

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Amazing view on Los Angeles from the Getty Center

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Eating her fave : the bacon & gouda breakfast sandwich at Starbucks

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From the Griffith Observatory (the Hollywood sign is blurred out in the background)

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Waiting for the sunset in Redondo Beach

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