kimono Q / top Q / shorts H&M / hat LOVE STORY / necklace OK1984 / sunglasses FOREVER 21 / shoes ALDO
Because I am currently operating on .01% energy from working my first retail job, internship, freelance work, Bob's Burgers marathons, and packing suitcases, I'll just leave you with these photos snapped at my favorite hidden slice of paradise, Paramount Ranch. During its prime era from the 1920s to 1940s, this movie ranch served as the set to countless western flicks, and surprisingly, became the host to a slew of modern favorites too (imagine the shock when I discovered that Lizzie McGuire once filmed at this very ranch... episode to be determined).
While Paramount Ranch is no longer a bustling entertainment zoo of directors and actors, it is now open to the public, creating a luxurious new haven for photographers, wanderers, and bloggers alike. The fact that I once walked along the same rickety wooden panels that Burt Lancaster, Lucille Ball, and of course, Hilary Duff graced has perpetually left me on starstruck mode. However, what I certainly won't cherish forever was my hauntingly close encounter with the dreaded snake on my previous venture to the ranch. You can just picture the paranoia running amok my second time around (spiders though, is another story...)