In a weird forgotten valley in Central Nevada, last weekend. Full moon, lime and red light. Thanks for drivin’ Riki.
Remote Mojave Desert mountain top miner’s cabin with it’s interior walls insulated with cardboard, packaging and newspapers . . . dating back to the 1920s. Vandalized, but still a truly remarkable site. All lit by flashlight at night, in a totally dark room.
Continuing this week’s apparent obsession with pics of this derelict B-52’s empty engine pylons (and their relationship with Joshua Trees) for no apparent reason except because I loved being there to make ’em. Full moon for 3-minutes, with red, purple and lime from the Protomachine flashlight.
Fisheye close up of one of the empty B-52 engine-pylons (engine #2 of 8), the massive aircraft sits gutted and derelict on the edge of Rogers Dry Lake. Shot on a more recent visit, September 2016. Full moon, 3 colors of Protomachine flashlight from many directions, in 88-seconds.