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Between Houston and Alburquerque we stayed in a little place called Marfa, which is in an area where a lot of “No Country for Old Men” was filmed. It seemed to have a burgeoning arts community within it, lead by Donald Judd the architect and installation artist who had about four galleries on the main strip. Unfortunately for us they were all shut but that just added to the film set quality of the place…..
A few of us drove ten minutes out of town in the evening to go star watching, spotting some shooting ones and witnessing a lighting storm from a distance. All cliches embraced it was an awe inspiring goosebumps raising moment as stars in the UK are never that clear
A little way out of town was this Prada shop, which housed the 2005 collection,a diamonte encrusted security camera and no staff or means of getting in or out. So thats quirky
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