Tony Farrell & Jim Lee (from film "Kissing Rocks"), Los Angeles
In 1971, Mizer crafted the avant-garde short film titled "Kissing Rocks," which beckons spectators into a realm where sensuality seamlessly intertwines with the untamed magnificence of nature. Mizer writes in that year, "[Tommy Farrell and Jim Lee] manifest in a charming fantasy of two kissing rocks who turn into young boys, cavort, dance and have a pleasant time before once again returning to their original form." With meticulous attention to composition, the photograph's intimacy and tenderness speak volumes, challenging societal norms and celebrating same-sex desire. "Kissing Rocks" serves as a timeless testament to love's unyielding power and the exploration of desire in its most natural and uninhibited state.