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Magnum Lenticularis

Red and lime light on 3rd generation Charger remains, at Pearsonville.  3-minutes under the full moon.

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Eyes of the Riviera

A ’64 in long-term storage.  Lime, turquoise and purple flashlight, in 92-seconds, under partially occluded full moon.

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No Credit Cards

Abandoned in Mina Nevada.  Night, full moon, ambient sodium vapor, with purple and blue flashlight.  Base exposure was 45-seconds, however there are traffic light trails from five similar length images layered in (intentionally shot when vehicles were coming), so that’s a lot more cars and trucks passing thru than normal, considering the late hour, in such a remote place.

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Birch Express and Red Splatter

Two variations of the back of the camping bus in the previous post.  Very similar, yet very different.  The middle of nowhere, Nevada.  Night, 3-minute exposure, dappled full moon, red and yellow flashlight.

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Kitchen Nest

Bus, converted into home for humans, converted into home for smaller mammals, lost down a long dirt road, deep in the heart of Nevada. Night, 3-minute exposure, with full moon outside and totally dark interior, lit with flashlight.

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Bubble Glass and White Shag

Seventies sin bin van, derelict in rural Nevada. 160-seconds after midnight. Full moon (behind clouds), white, blue, red and yellow flashlight.

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Mayson

Merry Christmas.  42-seconds with an old piano, an empty tequila bottle and some garland, in an abandoned brothel in Nevada.  Flashlight in total darkness.

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Shotgun Fishin

The fish are jumpin, by the shiny wet spot in the dry lake, in the middle of nowhere, Nevada. Red, while and lime flashlight, with full moon for 105-seconds.

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Spider Opera

Fisheyed in the back seat on a cobwebby 80’s junkyard Lincoln Town Car.  Like the inside of a vampires’ coffin. Night, lit with a flashlight.

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