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Jack Crosbie

Scene in S.B.

Models and Missionaries


Photographer Michael Haber (right) and his two crewmembers (left) stopped for a minute while scouting locations for their current project, an “honest webisode,” for Kay Jewelers entitled “That’s So Gorge,” featuring model Kara Thoms (second from right). Haber is a professional photographer from New York, who recently moved to S.B. by way of L.A. His daughter Sophie (center) is a senior at Santa Barbara High School.

By Jack Crosbie

Elders Robison, Parrish, Trujillo, and Pentz (from left) pause on their rounds downtown while serving the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on their traditional two-year missions. “My favorite part [of S.B.] is the diversity; it’s cool to see so many different people, different beliefs, and find things in common with them,” said Robison, who took time off from college in Utah to serve. “I like how everyone here is spiritual; they might not believe in god, but they are spiritual,” said Elder Pentz.

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