Belly high with the fisheye, out in the Mojave someplace. Warm white glow on the metal parts and snooted stronger on the lights. Red behind the grille, and 2 shades of green backlit on the creosote. And the full moon. 180-seconds.
Remote Mojave Desert mountain top miner’s cabin with it’s interior walls insulated with cardboard, packaging and newspapers . . . dating back to the 1920s. Vandalized, but still a truly remarkable site. All lit by flashlight at night, in a totally dark room.
Continuing this week’s apparent obsession with pics of this derelict B-52’s empty engine pylons (and their relationship with Joshua Trees) for no apparent reason except because I loved being there to make ’em. Full moon for 3-minutes, with red, purple and lime from the Protomachine flashlight.
Fisheye close up of one of the empty B-52 engine-pylons (engine #2 of 8), the massive aircraft sits gutted and derelict on the edge of Rogers Dry Lake. Shot on a more recent visit, September 2016. Full moon, 3 colors of Protomachine flashlight from many directions, in 88-seconds.
Meanwhile, back in Baker . . . the Bun Boy restaurant and motel have been closed for 15+ years now, but their sign still towers over Interstate 15’s shoulder. The Blue Cut fire smoked the town out, even though it was over 100 miles away. 108° windy and smoky, pretty awful conditions, but still more fun […]