A ’64 in long-term storage. Lime, turquoise and purple flashlight, in 92-seconds, under partially occluded full moon.
Abandoned in Mina Nevada. Night, full moon, ambient sodium vapor, with purple and blue flashlight. Base exposure was 45-seconds, however there are traffic light trails from five similar length images layered in (intentionally shot when vehicles were coming), so that’s a lot more cars and trucks passing thru than normal, considering the late hour, in such a remote place.
I dug up this old favorite this morning, looking for a traditional, available light night shot, to commemorate the Steve Harper retrospective at Rayko Photo Center in San Francisco, hanging this month. Everyone that loves what I do should know Steve’s work. This was shot during the September 2006 full moon, shortly after switching to digital, along Highway […]