The Lost America Blog

Love Crib

Behind a closed roadhouse/brothel in Nevada.  Night, full moon with purple and red flashlight.

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Emancipator Blues

One more of the ’56 Capri cadaver sitting on it’s frame in the weeds.  Safe to say it’ll never move under it’s own power again.  Only a few seconds exposure, so short the full moon didn’t matter, only the green, blue and white flashlight I threw on it.

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Rings Around the Stars

The cockpit of yesterday’s junkyard ’56 Lincoln. Red and white inside with lime green from the outside, all mixed with a couple of minutes worth of full moon.

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Capri in the Low Season

1956 Lincoln at the junkyard.  Full moon, with purple, red and white flashlight.

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The Rusty Box

Fuel oil tanks and other dead infrastructure, on the edge of a cliff in Nevada. Long after midnight at the decommissioned Air Force radar base. It was so serene and fresh up here after the storms passed. 4-minutes of full moon and white flashlight from several directions.

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SAGE and Sage

Back outside after the rain stopped for some much needed fresh air.  Here’s the radome where I shot the interiors, hosed with max-power red and purple from the Protomachines flashlight, while Nevada sleeps in the valley below.

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The Dangerous Place

Another angle inside the abandoned radar building that shows more of it’s unique round shape and super-strong, radial girder design.  Clearly there were some very heavy objects upstairs in the dome, which sits totally empty now (except for a few dead, trapped birds).  Lit with purple light from behind the elevator compartment, white, swept from […]

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Radiation Hazard

Into the abandoned radome with the fisheye, dodging the thunderstorm that passed through.  This is on the second floor, with the hand-pull elevator into the dome.  The most complete abandoned radome building I’ve ever been in—it was empty, but untouched.  Loving the industrial black and yellow safety tape everywhere, it prevented me smacking my head […]

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Watcher of the Skies

Meanwhile, back at the radar base on the top of the mountain in Nevada . . . Night, full moon, summer monsoon. Available light only.

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Fragrance

Big Show for me this Weekend! Are you going to the 3-day Kaa Boo Music and Art festival in DelMar this weekend? Well, 111 Minna Gallery is showcasing 3 artists in the Art pavilion and I’m one of them! I’ll have a dozen large prints for sale, 24x36s and 16x24s. Some new work too, including […]

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