Nevada Graffiti

Booker in snowy Nevada.

  • Angie Crabtree 9y

    hellll yeeaahh
  • Mirko Zorz 9y

    Just like some ruins of an ancient Graffiti empire :)
  • eugenemartin 9y

  • =AZTEK= 9y

    sick shot!
  • petalum 9y

    great shot!@%$^
    looks like a fun spot.

    man i miss that spot.
    glad you made it!
  • Tristan1 9y

    I really like the location.
  • expresh 9y

    looks like the trip was a success..
  • Chad Burns 9y

    such a dope spot! ima be back in the city in a few phunk. we need to hook up its been DAYSSSSSSSSS!!!
  • *LOSER* 9y

    is this out by a spot they call moon rocks? just outside of reno.if so there doing a major graffiti cleanup in that will sad to see this go away.nice photo's F&J
  • Steve Rotman 9y

    thanks for the comments! df, get in touch when you're here. would be nice to see you! nc, never heard of "moon rocks," so i'm not sure if it's the same place.
  • Tommy van Leeuwen 9y

    wow nice building. love it!
  • Jason Lott 9y

    Pompeii uncovered.
    Sweet place.
  • girlvici0us 9y

    wow! this is an amazing photo. it seems like long lost ancient ruins haha.
  • Henry Lancaster III 9y

    tagger's mansion
  • disaster.strikes 8y

    it looks like someone had fun :]
  • Psychic Adventure Library 7y

    The Flats!!
  • rod.ryder27 7y

  • Wild Flower One 6y

    This is known as the American Flats. .. That is an old gold mining facility. Becareful not to stray on too far on the mountainside as there are hundreds of mineshafts that go straight down into the ground for up to miles.

    If you stop on the road to that place you will find hundreds of crystals in the broken up rocks. They are small and mostly broken but, it's still fun to hunt for them. It looks like sugar crystals.. and they can sparkle in the sunlight. Just stay close to the road. AND They are still mining for gold in some of those areas and are protected.. you don't want to cross over fences and into an area you are not welcome.

    That place is huge!
  • Wild Flower One 6y

    BTW - I think I remember reading somewhere that the building was the first building in the US to use rebar as a reinforcement. So... it's historical in it's own right.
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