Two views of Halloran Springs California, a lonely spot off of Interstate 15, overlooking the eastern approach to Baker, California. The first is from a late afternoon June monsoon, in 1993, when the gas station was freshly refurbished with a new set of islands, and the mechanic roved the steep grade with his tow truck […]
I found it that way, I just had to set up to take advantage of it. Hard to see set ups like this in the dark with a fisheye lens. Sand Canyon, after the fire, shot November 2014. 2 minutes of full moon outside and lime ambient fill with some white spotlight on the owl.
Fisheyed in what used to be 8 feet of water, shot just a couple of weeks before the rains that ended drought of the last few years. This was a man-made lake, part of a small movie studio lot, in the high desert North of LA, and yeah,I’m sure it’s still bone dry and filled […]
After 25 years of taking pictures in abandoned places I usually pass on taking pictures of toilets at this point. This one was pretty exceptional though. The bathroom in yesterday’s post was too small for a commode, so they built this pit toilet . . . in the living room! Add the minty green paint and the […]
Swank mint and pink bathroom with flamingo decor, in an unbelievably remote, scorpion-infested, mountain-top miners cabin. The paintbrush in the sink is a nice touch too. Those mountains outside are about 20 miles away. Lime and white flashlight in a totally dark interior.
The cockpit of the rocket-powered, convertible ’71 Chrysler New Yorker, movie-prop, at Paul’s Junkyard. The convertible’s notable because all the exterior body panels were removed, making it not particularly photogenic, from most angles. Red, white and purple flashlight, with underexposed full moon light too.