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 […]
A few fisheye details from the abandoned bowling alley. Inches from the lane control panel, the lens was actually under the clear lucite protective panel. Even though it was still broad daylight, it was pitch dark inside the boarded up building. 27-seconds, lit with flashlight. Yes, the bowling alley’s sound system was an 8-Track player! 9-second exposure. Still plenty of […]
Brain of abandoned bowling alley squatter: “I’m cold, I’ll light a fire right here in the ball return to keep me warm.” The wooden lane surfaces were already salvaged, leaving a treacherous 2×4 framework suspended a foot off the concrete foundation. Made for a lot of extra thinking and effort to set up and light in the total darkness. […]