7 Weeks On The Border In Lukeville: Pro Photo Dump 4
Part 4: Professional photos I took while camped at the port
This is Part 4 of the Lukeville border pro photo dump.
To document history, I’m putting up a series of articles with photos I took during my 7 weeks camped on the border in Lukeville, Arizona, with my professional DSLRs. They are of much higher quality than pictures taken with a phone.
Most of them aren’t cropped, so you get a better feel for the scope of the crisis that unfolded at that location.
I was camped in Lukeville from October through December, so I’m starting with photos from October. There may be up to about 20 of these photo articles.
In the photos, you will see the port of entry, the main spot where Border Patrol agents picked up illegal aliens at the wall, and the tent facility in between the two.
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Prior to Lukeville, on a 3-state border tour late in 2022, I came across a small town called Valentine in Texas. I saw an America First tractor there and got some great pro photos of it. I put it on a coffee mug. If you want a mug, they’re on my photography website.
More photos are coming soon!
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