A small ghost town called The Grove in Hill Country, TX. Had an awesome opportunity to meet the woman who now owns the town that her grandfather built. The town was owned by another party for over 30 years, but it went up for auction and she was able to buy it and now it’s back in her family.
She was very gracious of my weird behavior while running around with lights and what not. She gave me the grand tour of all of the buildings and their contents. This place is fantastic. I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to finally get down there and check it out.
Death and Taxes, both are unavoidable. I found this home outside of a very small ghost town south of Abilene and I knew when I found it, that it would make for a striking image telling a story of the dreams lost out on the plains of America. This is perhaps one of my most [...]
This was perhaps my favorite shot of several I took at this location. I was battling some very offensive, bright white light pollution, but I ended up using the car headlights and the white light, to it’s benefit. In this case, it gives a very otherworld feel to the image and I think tells a [...]
An old blacksmith hard at work on Excaliber. This is an old blacksmith’s shop that I took over, using a propane lantern inside to help make a great pattern and leading lines into the shot. The shot is a single shot, after about 6 or 7 attempts to get the right angle and control the [...]
This was shot on the night after Christmas and was a difficult shot to get “right”. I had lots of ambient light from varying sources and I had traffic from the road just out of view. But the least effort in creating this image was probably removing the base of the statue and applying a [...]