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An American in the Desert

Another late night in the middle of nowhere with an abandoned trailer, this one a long long American.  Night, 3-minutes, full moon, red, purple and lime light.

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Glass Lined Energy Saver

Monkey Ward water heater in the tub of a ransacked house in rural Nevada. Night, red, lime, blue and white flashlight, with the full moon too.

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Camp Vertebrate

Spine, at the site of a collapsed ranch house in remote spot in Nevada. Pretty sure it’s a cow. Maybe a horse, we saw a herd of wild horses in this valley, but never any cows. The 2 DSLR shots are focus-stacks, one at ∞, the other focused on the bones and blended. The other is a spontaneous iPhone […]

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Buck Fifty-Six

Mina, Nevada, night, full moon, sodium vapor, cool white flashlight and passing traffic.

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Fish Tank Ruins

I half expected to see a 3 foot goldfish come swimming through that hole. This was done very late, after 3 long days and nights of driving and shooting, so I’m not too surprised to think I’d start seeing things. This is on what was once a SoCal high desert movie studio lot that’s now […]

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EAT

Here’s a new painting for you.  Have a great Thanksgiving!

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International Embers

Postwar International truck cab, down some long dirt road in Nevada, overlooking a normally dry lakebed, flooded this cold and wet November. Red, white and yellow flashlight, with full moon, for 81-seconds.

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Camping With the Ancients

In a weird forgotten valley in Central Nevada, last weekend. Full moon, lime and red light.  Thanks for drivin’ Riki.

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XL

’68 Ford, one of the cars left behind at the Pearsonville junkyard.  Seven hits of warm white light, while the full moon was behind the clouds.  And I kept the exposure to only 75-seconds, to keep the unlit parts of the frame extra dark and sinister.

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