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    Inside the abandoned Oasis Cafe, Carson Plains, Nevada. Total darkness, lit with a Stinger flashlight from 2 angles.

    ARustForLife, Boulevard of ghosts, and 42 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ~ jules ~ 34 months ago | reply

      Very smooth lighting.

    2. disposable photography 34 months ago | reply

      love this shot!
      I expect vandalism but I sure wish people could find a way to stop themselves...

    3. Vipertruck99 34 months ago | reply

      Love the abstract shape the mirror has broken into...looks like a superhero cameo.

    4. 6º of Kevin Bacon 34 months ago | reply

      I can imagine some great stories from this establishment!

    5. sevres-babylone 34 months ago | reply

      One of your best.

    6. ArtEye Photo 34 months ago | reply

      I can imagine an aquarium sitting on the ledge in the corner... under the shelf holding some odds & ends, perhaps an old Coke sign or something. And is that a bag of flour or cement off to the right?

    7. Luxxorz 34 months ago | reply

      Amazing...I just started following you here on flickr, but I've been following your progress on your website for several years now. I love your photgraphy, it's so creative & inspiring.

    8. CameraOne 34 months ago | reply

      oh the fun times that must have been had here!

    9. LikeOnATree 34 months ago | reply

      The burgers and fries served in those little green baskets...

    10. Vipertruck99 34 months ago | reply

      Calling Troy...calling Troy... I read a pretty good blog in the Uk called influx (powered by Adrian flux) it's a gearhead site but with car related culture/ high art / cinema /music etc...think it's about high time he did a feature on your site and work...will be glad to pass on your details if you wish...all publicity is etc etc..and you have kept me amused for a few Years.feel free to check out the blog I think it is pretty cool and although there is a slight Brit slant it is worldwide.let me know your thoughts.

    11. Lost America 34 months ago | reply

      Thanks you guys, yeah, working with the mirror, without getting reflections–of me, the camera or my lights, made this very difficult.

      Of course you can suggest my site: to those guys. It's always best if it comes a 3rd party, so thanks!

    12. Hoodicoff 34 months ago | reply

      well that's kinda cool

    13. Awake at Night 34 months ago | reply

      I agree with , very smooth! Another goodie from the master :)

    14. Hodsons Choice 33 months ago | reply

      Looks like my local after Friday night ! Cool shot

    15. gothiccarsurban [deleted] 31 months ago | reply

      Love this, vandalism makes shots more interesting IMHO. It sometimes looks staged when everything is perfect...

      And Troy, your first book got me jumpstarted into decay-themed photography when I got it as a Christmas present. You have been my inspiration in art ever since then...

    16. Heavy Fuzz 19 months ago | reply

      Now I can shoot some pick up shots from that bar fight in "Soldier in the Rain" from 1963.
      Shooting here would be downright dangerous for cast and crew, but at least if you leave it more wrecked (which crews usually do), then few are going to tan your ass over it.

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