Scott's posts from September 2010

This is a photo of me in front of a wax “Fonzy” at the Movieland Wax Museum, Buena Park, CA. [en.wikipedia.org] This photo was taken in 1979. Unfortunately the…

Part #1 [photoblog.com] explains the back story of the John Foster Series. This photo is also related to Part #1. They were both taken while Grandpa was…

I'm really having fun with my Juke Box Series [photoblog.com]! Juke Boxes are fun! This photo was taken 6/27/10 at a nice little restaurant out in the desert…

One of my first pots when i started this blog was “The Temple of Truth” [photoblog.com]. I love that photo, and there were a couple other good ones from that…

The Presidio Theater [cinematreasures.org] in San Francisco opened in 1937! Its been converted to a 4 screen, but I was lucky enough when I lived in SF to see a…

Its weird how the human brain works. I love taking pictures of old RV's and motorhomes. However, my brain has just never been wired to remember, or even attempt…

The Royal Motel was located at 615 N. Las vegas Blvd. in Las vegas, NV. It opened in 1958. Not sure exactly when it closed down. I took this photo on 7/4/06.…

About once a year (usually around the rainy season), I go through a faze where I want to improve my night time photography. Luckily I live near one of the best…

Algemacs was a Googie [en.wikipedia.org] style diner built in 1937. It was located at 3673 San Fernando Blvd, Glendale, CA. It closed in 2006 and was gutted in…

The Valley Drive-In was located in Lompoc, CA. I say WAS because according to Drive-Ins.com [drive-ins.com] it has been torn down. I'm not sure. I took this…

If you missed Part 1 of the series, you can see it HERE [photoblog.com]. I found this old guy sitting in the corner of this weird coin/antique shop on the…

This is Milt the Muffler Man! Actually, I don't know if that's his name or not. He just looks like a Milt to me! To read more about “Muffler Men”, click HERE…
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