Bisbee Under the Bridge
Bisbee has become quite a little art town, with its beautiful homes, winding streets, and thousand staircases. It’s always cooler than the lower desert, and has some great restaurants and a brewery.
White Sands, New Mexico
The light here was just right- the range of colors, the pinks, the ripples in the sand. It’s such a beautiful place to shoot. I should have used a lower ISO though, it got a bit grainy.
The lighting and mood couldn’t be any more perfect. I’m not sure what they did, but it’s right on the tracks and in ag country. Maybe they loaded up bold cows…
I took photos of the same place years ago and gave canvas prints of them as gifts. I think I like this one better.
This has been my favorite actual burn of the man. The UFO structure beneath him burned forever and held its shape until the final roaring collapse. Pretty incredible. We watched at the very back of the crowd on top of an RV, away from the madness and the heat.
This power plant with the last sunset light behind it reminded me of a ship or oil tanker at sea…combined with the black of the passing storm and night already encroached, I loved the atmosphere of it and the feeling of foreboding.
Or, it may have been before… I forget. This was one of the sexy ladies in the burlesque troop I did a few shows with back in New Mexico. The exposure in here was hard – and I didn’t get a nice clear focus either. Still cool because of the subject, I think.