Thursday, January 29, 2009

Never ending photo ops wandering through the "folk art" - or it it just bizarre art - or is it art at all - at a place called Thunder Mountain far out in the middle of the desert in the middle of nowhere (aka Nevada). I had a lot of fun taking these (and many many other) photos last fall. I'll let you judge for yourself.

(I really have to change this blog template to a more photo friendly format. For now, click on the horizontal photos and they'll pop up without the right edge cut off.)



















7 comments:

Miss*Laurence said...

Hi Laume!!
Haven't been around for ages, I've got to keep my head in books now!

So what an intereting series or recycled art! Somewhere it pleased my ecological side... Of course you'd need some space to sport such an exhibition, but I love that door!

Madison Avenue Baby said...

These are some great photos! I took some pictures of where someone had painted a bunch of bicycles white and used them for a fence. I think it was somewhere in Florida. I wish I could put my hands on that picture.
Thanks for stopping by my blog, Laume.
Dawn

Lutrah's Ocean Alter said...

I love all the pictures...
I have issues with photos too...
mostly not staying where I put them in relation to the text.
Where is this place?
Really cool photos as usual!

Cat (darklingwoods) said...

what great images! I'd love to visit this place :)

Chris said...

WOW. This is really awe-inspiring. Thanks for sharing this!

Anonymous said...

Hi Laurie - these photos are so interesting and your 'eye' for capturing unique 'frames' is amazing!

Pherenike said...

What a surreal place. Very interesting, would love to visit and photograph it too.