Oak Knoll Naval Hospital

A Night on Highway 58

Pearsonville 2008

Gene Winfield Customs

Castle Air Museum

Aviation Warehouse

Published

Byron Hot Springs Resort

Lost Wheels

Pearsonville 2009

Paul’s Junkyard

Ghost Towns

Portraits

Faded Signs

Out of Gas

The Salton Sea

Pearsonville 2010

Perturbing Vectors

Trailer on the hill at Boron AFS/Federal Prison, abandoned in 2001.  I kept working it until I was happy with the 3-layer shadow on the background building.  Night, full moon, red and yellow-set Protomachines flashlight, during a 99 second exposure.

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Red Rib H.Q.

Back on the hill at Boron AFS/Federal Prison.  Red and green-set Protomachines flashlight.

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Smells Like Jeff Gordon

Junked 3rd-gen Firebird Trans Am at Eagle Field, 2013.  No idea what it was that decomposed in the front seat, but I’m certain the circa-1994 Jeff Gordon air freshener made it more fragrant.  Nice UAL kids-wings pinned under the TA logo too.  Night, total darkness, warm and cool flashlights.

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Stained By Inmates

A little too intimate/a little too infinite at Boron Federal Minimum Security Prison.  Abandoned since 2001, so it’s had a chance to air out, but it was still pretty funky in this building. I liked the full moon light and shadows coming in from the left, so I went out and mirrored it with red light from the […]

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Joshua Over Locust

The entrance gate and road out to Highway 395.  Boron AFS/Federal Prison.  Green, yellow and warm-white Protomachine flashlight, with the full moon tucked behind the Joshua Tree.

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Kingman 1996

Here’s a special treat for all the aircraft nerds.  It’s a 1973-vintage Continental DC-10, mothballed on the tarmac at Kingman, AZ, shot in July, 1996.  18 years ago, this month!  I recall it being about a million degrees and a million % humidity, with some refreshing rain on the hills, just out of reach.  Look how close I could […]

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The Boron Overlook

The barracks/prison blocks, the ring of guards housing just beyond, and the city of Boron beyond that.  Basically, looking about 45° left of yesterday’s post.  Boron AFS/Federal Prison, abandoned in 2001.  What a fun, lonely place to explore in the middle of the night.  517 second exposure, under full moon light.

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The Boron Radome

537-seconds under the full moon.

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