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25 Years of Boneyards

New article: Boneyard: 25 years of Aircraft Graveyards at Night now online.  

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Quad-Cone Meatwagon

I was digging the shadows of the cones on the curtains, So I gently backlit them with purple.  Hit the back up light with red too.  The rest is just moonlight and a crop to 16:9.

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The Boron AFS: New Gallery

The Boron Air Force Station and Prison gallery is now open.  Comprised largely of images blogged last year, the gaps have been filled by the addition of a half-dozen images not shown before.  The work makes a good flowing gallery, go check it out.

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New Galleries!

I created four new galleries on the site this weekend. Much of this new work has appeared, one at a time, on the blog, over the last 2 years, but it’s good to have them culled and put into easy to browse galleries.  Plus each one has a few images that were never put online before, […]

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The Columbia 300

In the bar at the abandoned bowling alley.  Lit with protomachine flashlight during 59 seconds of total darkness.

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Coachlight

Entrance to the bar in the abandoned bowling alley.  Total darkness, lit with flashlight.  

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For the Temples

Back to the back of the abandoned bowling alley. I’m sure there’s a lane mechanic/aficionado out there who can tell me what this mysterious machine was used for. It was mounted to a 4-wheeled AV cart (with one wheel missing). Maybe if YOU put your head in there it downloads all the secrets of the universe into your cortex . […]

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Kamera and Bild Article

Frequent followers may remember, I was interviewed and photographed by Swedish magazine journalists at Paul’s Junkyard, around New Years.  The story, in “Kamera & Bild” (Camera & Image) is now on newsstands all over Sweden.  Here is a link to a PDF of the entire article.   The sprawling 10-pager is unlike any past magazine piece about my photography, with pictures […]

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Pro Shop Special

Sign hanging over the lanes at the abandoned and ravaged bowling alley. Backlit and frontlit (thanks Riki) with Protomachines flashlight in total darkness.

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Flying V Springs

Another fisheye view of the stripped and abandoned bowling alley, from the spot where the pin-setting machines were. Natural flashlight in total darkness.

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