The project consists of a series of 35mm double exposures taken over the course of a week in the American Southwest, specifically in Death Valley National Park and Las Vegas—two starkly different places only about 2.5 hours from each other. For these photographs, I took film photos in Death Valley, then re-loaded the same film to take photos in Las Vegas. This technique creates "double exposures" which superimposes 2 exposures on each frame. This project explores the strange tension between the remote, desolate, natural location of Death Valley and the crowded, excessive, man-made city of Las Vegas—both major attractions in the region, but for very different reasons. The photographs raise questions about humankind's impact on the natural world as well as raising questions about what we find entertaining, beautiful, and worth looking at.