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.
The Sandy Marie, which was re-named to the “Tiger Shark” by it’s last owner, finally washed aground in Biloxi Sound. I shot this subject for three months in order to finally capture the image in this photo. I knew I wanted a cloudless night and smooth seas, in order to capture the shot I had [...]
This trolley was originally built in 1909 in Philadelphia and named the Crescent Rose. It was then exported to Porto, Portugal where it was in service daily until 1978. It was then shipped back to the states where it saw service in San Francisco and was finally bought and brought to Dallas. All in all, [...]
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 [...]
One of the wildest looking things I’ve run across in all of my explorations and discoveries. Extremely cold temperatures made for great skies, but miserable working conditions. Nevertheless, I had a lot of fun finding and shooting this spot.