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Cinderblock Hassock

That block is in the perfect place for you to relax and put your feet up, but it looks like that chair hasn’t been touched for many years.  Abandoned house miles from town, somewhere in the Mojave.  71-seconds under the full moon with red and white flashlight.

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Riviera Love Nest

Crawl in and curl up on your bed of leaves . . . just watch out for the spiders.  Warm white, blue and red light, in the deep shade, at night.

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Circle R

The back of yesterday’s mossy and moldy Riviera, surrounded by scraps and debris, under the trees at The Big M.  White and red light in deep shade.

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Riviera Rampart

Purple, green and white light bounced and snooted, onto the best side of this basket case, first-gen Riv, at The Big M. Lit with the Protomachines flashlight.  Car’s cooler without the bumper, huh?

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Almaden AFS

Shot during the first of two sneaky visits to Almaden AFS, atop Mt. Umunhum, overlooking San Jose.  10 years ago(!), this weekend.  You can see that box atop the Santa Cruz Mountains from just about anyplace in the South Bay.   Decommissioned in 1980, there were still dozens of derelict buildings up there at the time, including bunkers, a power station […]

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Glamourbird Cockpit

Red and cool white light, with full moon, on a junkyard ’69 Thunderbird.

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Michelin Ted

Ten years old this month, here’s a crispy fresh color-corrected mix down . . . or maybe that’s color INcorrected.  Hunter’s Point Naval Shipyard, San Francisco.

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157 Oregon Street

One of hundreds of abandoned homes at the former George AFB.  Lots of running around to get all this done with a single light source, in 3-minutes.

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Stripes Away

The desolate back streets of George AFB, where the highway department practices making stripes, and they shoot Ken Block videos.  Pure moonlight for 3 minutes.

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