Webber Falls was a place I had tried to get to previously. That failed journey resulted in the photos from my previous post “Truckee Adventure,” which I am quite happy with. The road not being closed this time, I was able to make it to the unmarked dirt road turn-off for Webber Falls, which happened to be an unmarked snowbank instead. Taking it on foot, I meandered through the snowy...
A Trip to Memphis, Tennessee
I attended a conference for the Society of American Archaeology this past weekend in Memphis, TN (and also gave my first presentation at one of these conferences) and took the opportunity to explore the city a bit and take some photos as well. Here are just a few: The Dream. This is a sign outside of the Civil Rights Museum, located in the hotel where Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was...
I decided to go on a little photo adventure today that went very off-track due to the snowfall the past few days. Despite not being able to reach my actual destination, I was happy with the product. Here are a few of the photos: I think this guy might have been caught off-guard by the late winter storm Snow makes everything beautiful. Truckee River flow. Testing my neutral density filter...
The American Flats Mill near Virginia City, NV was, at one point, the largest concrete mill in the United States; it has since become a graffiti-laden monolith used for parties and paintball wars. Opened in 1922, the mill processed low-grade silver and gold ore using a unique cyanide vat-leaching method. After various owners, the mill closed only a few years later and everything was recycled...