For Steve Harper (1931-2016). He was the night photographer’s night photographer.
Shortly after sunset last Tuesday, in Baker California. 108° and windy . . . and right in the path of the smoke from the Blue Cut fire. At times that night visibility was down to a few miles. You could see the ash in the beams of your lights, falling like snow. Baker is rarely […]
Up-close and fisheyed, in an abandoned kitchen, Wonder Valley, California. Lots of funny angles, tangents and screwy depth things going on here. Stationary and swept flashlight from 4 directions, during a 102-second exposure, under full moon light (but totally dark inside).
November 1996, Tucson, Arizona. Over the fence at one of the recyclers on the perimeter of Davis Montana AFB. A mothballed AWACS Constellation, with A-10s circling overhead, doing touch-and-go’s. I ended up getting in there to shoot it about 5 years later, after it was dragged to a different spot. It’s gone now, no idea […]