Two versions of a ’57 Dodge Coronet. Can’t decide which one to post, so here’s both. Direct, indirect and snooted Protomachine flashlight under the full moon.
Just after 1AM on a drought night in an abandoned Delta farmhouse, overrun with small animals and birds looking for a cool spot to nest. I could hear them chattering and scurrying about while I clomped around the house for 20 minutes, balancing my lighting. Unfortunately, none of these animals were housebroken.
“Hey Dave, what’s under that tarp?” “It’s an old jukebox, filled with ’70s rock, man. We used to PARTY listening to that thing, back in the day.” A 1964 Wurlitzer 2800, for you purists. Protomachines flashlight in total darkness.
October 1997, about 8 minutes inside a rolled ’60s GM “Fishbowl” city bus, northwest of Kramer Junction, California. At one time there were about 50 retired Los Angeles RTD busses slowly being disassembled in that dirty, windblown spot. There’s still a few in the area, but the site is totally cleared now. Probably lit with gelled strobe […]
I caught last week’s celestial event, the alignment of Jupiter and Venus in the western night sky, seen as a width-changing star trail along the right edge of the frame. No, the fisheye is not the ideal lens for capturing celestial events. It is, however, the ideal lens for capturing bitchen junkyard cars, like this […]