The sun rises on Santa Barbara as the dawn patrol hits the waves. Ben checks out the scene. People go to work and school. The virtues and varieties of skateboarding are displayed. Divers encounter a shark. A prophet is self-proclaimed. A young couple take pictures at the beach. Musician's congregate at the Farmer's Market. Chuck Jones shares a few anecdotes. Guys play volleyball on the beach while a young couple fight and surfers ride waves. A man takes pictures of Ben and Bryan. The filmmakers visit a park. A woman is hassled by a cop. The housing and fashion in Santa Barbara are explored; Stacy Peralta and Budgie share anecdotes. Other recreational activities are encountered. The filmmakers return to the Pacific Ocean for a sunset surf session.
All of Santa Barbara's a stage.
Did You Know?
"Land of Milk and Honey" was created by invitation of The Sullivan-Goss Gallery; Santa Barbara, California; and was shot on location on the Central Coast of California. The film is accompanied by the release of a companion book "Land of Milk and Honey: Photography by Ken Volok". See more
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