November 1990, along Route 66 in the SoCal desert. At the time, it was pretty intact inside, but gutted in ’93 when it was used as a set for the movie “Kalifornia.” About 8 minutes on Kodak 160T chrome film with Maglite flashlight on the sign and red-gelled strobe inside.
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.
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, […]
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 . […]
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 […]