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Before driving down to Tucson for the Rock & Gem show, I was did a bit of light research on the area. I already knew about the legendary Hotel Congress, the historical downtown haunt which we were staying at, but what I was beginning to learn was that Tucson is home to many other notable oddities. There’s the CD Skull I saw once and then it disappeared, Valley of the Moon, and now the Snake Bridge.

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When you enter the bridge from the rear end of the snake, a motion sensor sets off an audio clip of a rattlesnake sound. This was admittedly very terrifying at first but we stuck around to snap a few shots in the hot hot heat.

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OUTFIT | hat – c/o ALDO – similar here | sunglasses – RAY BAN | lipstick in Thrillseeker – c/o SMASHBOX | t shirt – c/o BURTON | faux fur vest – VINTAGE – similar here | highwaisted denim – c/o BENCH | ankle boots – c/o ALDO – sold out |

photographs – The Witchery

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