Night photography: Western Nevada gallery

Wooden structures for flight, Tonopah airport -- by Joe Reifer

Wooden structures for flight, Tonopah airport — by Joe Reifer

There are 20 new night photographs in the Western Nevada gallery on my portfolio site. Locations include the Stonehenge-like ruins of a 98 year old copper smelter, an abandoned drive-in theater, old cars and tailings piles, a wooden World War II airplane hangar, an abandoned truck stop, and the ruins of a small mining operation. Thanks to Troy Paiva for the camaraderie on another fun full moon adventure.

3 thoughts on “Night photography: Western Nevada gallery

  1. I really enjoyed this set. It looks like you had a nice adventure out there. Especially loved the shot of the light painted mining shack (with barrels in front). Airplane hangar was quite epic, too.

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