Aviation Warehouse

The Chronicle

Published

Portraits

Pearsonville 2009

Boneyard: the e-book

Crestview Bowl

Out of Gas

Ghost Towns

Gene Winfield Customs

Pearsonville 2008

NASA Crows Landing

Big M Auto Salvage

Oak Knoll Naval Hospital

A Night on Highway 58

Air Force Radar Base

I’ve made a new gallery of work from my night at the abandoned Air Force radar base on top of a remote mountain in Nevada. You know, the place with the bunker and radome I posted earlier this year.  Here’s a few more images from that night you haven’t seen before (and one you have, […]

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Black and White Western

In a trailer behind an abandoned brothel in rural Nevada.  Full moon outside, warm white flashlight inside.

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Primeval World

The park near Apple Valley with the remnants of concrete dinosaurs.  It’s been closed a long time, so most of the sculptures have been destroyed.  This must be about 30, 40 minutes of star trails, with full moon and red and green flashlight.  Shot October 2015.

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Mandibles

1961 Plymouth Belvedere, one of the remainders at Pearsonville.  Generally considered one of the ugliest cars of all time.  I love it it’s bug-face through the fisheye, but I’m not right in the head.  Dig that quirky 2 degree cant to the headlights.  It’s so subtle, I once pointed it out to a guy that […]

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The Harmonica

More 2014 aviation boneyard work just languishing in a folder.  Time to get it out there.  300-seconds, full moon with a little red flashlight.

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Centurion II

Still not sure why I never put this one online, everyone I showed it to seemed to like it at the time.  Cessna junk at Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage.  About 16 minutes of stacked star trail frames sandwiched with a short, lit exposure.

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The Moon Touches Your Shoulder

Severed B-52 tail on a Mojave desert dry lake bed. Night, full moon with red and yellow Protomachines flashlight into the shadows.

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