A private tour of Randy Johnston’s remote 4-story, 8,000-square-foot desert castle which has been under construction for the past 16 years.
Magic hour trespass in Carrara, NV where snow-white marble was once mined & where the Carrara Portland Cement Company Plant, built in 1936 to produce Portland cement, sits in beautiful ruin.
On the outskirts of the old mining town of Goldfield, NV lies the “International Car Forest of the Last Church” – an art installation of 40 graffiti splattered, old cars, trucks, and buses buried nose down into the desert.
Inside, outside, above & below the massive engineering marvel that helped spur the growth of California and the American Southwest.
Built to move large equipment during the construction of the dam, this former rail line offers panoramic views of Lake Mead and snakes through five railroad tunnels on its way toward Hoover Dam.
The ghost town of Rhyolite & the odd outsider art installations that surround it.
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