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On June 10th, at 5:00pm, Wildcat Hill welcomed a group of new-age bohemians gathered to enjoy fine wine and savory cuisine. The sun was shining down on us, with a light breeze ruffling the eucalyptus trees rooted in the canyon. The Pacific ocean glistened as the guests sipped wine from Bernardus and feasted on food from La Balena.
It was a pleasure having Kevin's photography class out to Wildcat Hill for a tour of the house and to view 4 Generations of Weston Photography.
The students were very engaged, asked tons of questions, and couldn't stop taking pictures of all the cool relics in the house! We strive to keep the house close to its original decor for just this reason. It is like stepping back in time when you set foot in Edward Weston's home on Wildcat Hill, built in 1938.