Saturday, June 23, 2012

On Location: George Air Force Base, Victorville, California - Part 2

Yesterday morning I spent two hours exploring and photographing the abandoned George Air Force Base buildings near Victorville, California.

The location was both eerie and peaceful at the same time. It was once full of life and activity and now it sits dormant. Families called these buildings home and children played in the parks and streets. Now these dilapidated structures are quiet. The streets are still. There is no activity.

In Part 1 I shared photographs captured using my Pentax K-x. Here are the first set of images captured using my Samsung NX200.

If you click on an image you can view them in a slideshow format.
Abandonment - Victorville, California
Broken Window To The Past - Victorville, California
A Glimpse Of Life - Victorville, California
Shattered Time - Victorville, California
Old Life, New Life - Victorville, California
Broken Shadow - Victorville, California
Early Morning Bedroom Window - Victorville, California
Man In The Window - Victorville, California
Dilapidated Interior - Victorville, California
The Neighbors Are Gone - Victorville, California
No Hot Water - Victorville, California
Kitchen - Victorville, California
There Goes The Neighborhood - Victorville, California
Fallen Wall, Shattered Window - Victorville, California
The Backyard - Victorville, California
No Mail Today - Victorville, California
Lifelessness - Victorville, California 

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