Friday, April 23, 2010

Desert Triptych

{Storm in Section Six}

Lynchian stills from my drive home from the studio last night, in three parts: 1. abandoned trailer, 2. albino horse, 3. road to Section Six. For the record, if I make the shortlist for the four horsemen of the apocalypse I call dibs on that horse. You can have the trailer.


Have a good weekend, muggles.
I'll be working in the studio and tearing the upholstery out of the Scamp.

15 comments:

  1. someday i have to see this desert in person!

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  2. sooooooo gooooorrrggeous.

    i came up with a good plan.

    we pick some friends (probably britt and scott)

    between the four of us we keep 2 homes. one in san diego one in joshua tree. we rotate back and forth. swapping houses.

    good plan right? now we all just need jobs that would let us do that...

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  3. Lily;

    Thanks for the comment on some of my images; I have to say that I love the first image, it gave me the feel of solitude and vulnerability you can have in the desert, and you capture the atmosphere when a storm is about to break.

    Have a good weekend also.

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  4. Wow. Beautiful.

    I'm in if you need a fourth, Jamie.

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  5. That horse is so pretty...and those sad, sad eyes (not the color...the expression) make me want to give it a pet on the nose and a carrot. Enjoy the weekend!!

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  6. stunning! what a stunning horse- do you have more of her!

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  7. That last one in particular KILLS me.

    Also, kind of awed by our mental synch up.

    And thank you for posting this so I could correct the spelling of the word diptych, which I was too lazy to look up earlier.

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  8. Wow, AMAZING. And that photo of the trailer in the desert reminds me of Breaking Bad. That show has now caused me to stereotype all trailers in the desert as Meth Labs. ha!

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  9. I'm always amazed that horses don't get stuck like that. And I like his braids.

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  10. these photos are so beautiful!

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  12. I can't wait to see a painting of the albino horse. I am sure it will be amazing like the others. Your art is captivating and beautiful. The pollo series brought happiness to me and my fowl obsessed son. I enjoy the homestead collection even more after reading the stories behind them...could be a great book someday.
    Cheers*

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  13. Oh my God, that horse! What amazing photos! Thank you for your sweet comments on B4B today, my sweet friend! And I REALLY hope your serious about the residents of the Scamp rolling through Louisville this summer; I would be absolutely ecstatic!! xoxo

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  14. Lovely strange triptych. I'm so looking forward to my trip to the desert this weekend.

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