Plug that title into your GPS and drop on by, anytime. Even at 1:24AM, like when this was taken. Protomachine flashlight and 250 seconds of full moon light.
Some poor creature met it’s end in the backyard of the “Wolves Lair” house from yesterday’s post. My guess is a large dog? The bones were picked clean and strewn over a large area, centered on this mattress. The hair on the back of my neck still stands up when I think about it. Just [...]
Another abandoned home in the middle of a hot and humid August night, lost somewhere deep on the lettered Avenues of the Antelope Valley. Full moon, red and turquoise-set Protomachine flashlight. I really liked what the blue-green light was doing to the lemon yellow paint on the house. The inside, where I did the red [...]
Avast ye hearties! Buried treasure or a pile of dead trees? Considering the nearest body of water is 100 miles away, I’m pretty sure it’s the latter. 139 second exposure for the lit exposure (By Protomachine flashlight set to red, yellow and blue) and the sky is a stack of four 9-minute exposures, making for [...]
Today, right now, is the initial release of my new e-book: BONEYARD! This project contains over 61 full sized and zoomable light painted night images, shot in two separate aircraft graveyards, “The Secret Boneyard” and “Aviation Warehouse.” 50 of these images have never been shown before. These are not outtakes or stiffs I never bothered to [...]
86 second exposure, f/8, iso 200. Protomachine flashlight set to green and red.
Under the school bus perched on steel cylinders, along the north fence at Paul’s Junkyard. Those of you who’ve been to Paul’s know how difficult it is to get to this spot. Super claustrophobic under there, not a place I’d want to be in an earthquake. Lit with the Protomachine flashlight, set to red, purple [...]
An abandoned ranch, someplace in the central Antelope Valley, in California’s high desert. There’s just never anything good on, is there? Three stacked 6 minute exposures for 18 minute star trails. The lighting was done during a shorter exposure and stripped in. Protomachine flashlight set to red and shined through the ventilation grilles on the [...]