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Ghost Town Video Games

In 1917, if you explored a Nevada ghost town you’d probably find a dusty old Faro table on end in the back of an abandoned bar.  In 2017 you find ’80s arcade games.  Not a pure ghost town, dogs were barking at me from the house 50 yards away half the time I was in […]

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Beakology

The too close fisheye variation of the dissected ’67 Firebird’s nose on the fencepost.  Lime, red and purple flashlight with a few minutes of full moon.

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Post Firebird

Basket case ’67, on a cloudy night at the junkyard.  Blue, lime and red from the Protomachines flashlight, with a couple minutes of partially occluded full moon.

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Circles de Ville

’69 Cadillac, from a dank low spot in the junkyard.  Hard set up with the fisheye backed into a corner, but happy when the police chopper buzzed through.  Night, deep shade, with lime and blue flashlight.  And a kiss of red too.

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The Other White Seat

Fisheyed, from the back seat of a junkyard mid-’60s Chevy station wagon, with the roof peeled off.  Night, red, white and purple flashlight, with the full moon and some sprinting clouds.

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The Tiger Army Video

I was the creative and location consultant for the new Tiger Army music video. The leader of the band, Nick13 has been a fan, and tried to get a video done in my style, for many years now. We finally got it done. The old workshop gang will recognize Paul’s Junkyard and any regular follower […]

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Safety First, The 2nd

Let me just drop the other shoe already, here we are tracked in and zoomed out from the last shot, like at the end of a Hitchcock dolly zoom.  Happy accident with how you can see the shape of a locomotive on the left side windows.  The RIP Building at the NNRY Museum in Ely, […]

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Safety First

Many beautifully preserved rail buildings at the Nevada Northern Rail Museum in Ely, Nevada.  Thanks for the night access!  Available light, with a ton of flashlight on the sign.

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The Waterhole

Highway 95 in Nevada, August 2016.  Lit by the full moon, passing traffic and white flashlight.

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Brown-Parker

Opened in 1920, this was the first Ford dealer in Nevada, and a brass-age auto repair shop in Goldfield.  It’s been closed for decades.  Blue, lime and red flashlight, combined with local streetlights.

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