Solstice Canyon Suite


Wildflowers, Solstice Canyon, Malibu


There is a place with buzzing so deafening that there isn’t room for the sound of your thoughts in your head. A bird that sounds like radar coming closer, beep, beep, beep.


Parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme, & dill.


Two abandoned and shells of buildings gutted by fire. One of the oldest houses on the California coast. A prospector living off the land, another a man who came from nothing only to have the fates of nature curse him forever.


Keller House, Solstice Canyon

There is that house that once graced the pages of Architectural Digest with the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, fireplaces next to a waterfall

5 fireplaces

The 5 fireplaces that were once inside Tropical Terrace, a private residence in Solstice Canyon

 that ultimately burnt to the ground.

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