Photos by John Divola.
Wow, these are great.
I am fortunate enough to own a Divola print from one of his desert dusk series. The light is essentially monochromatic with two intense rectangles of light coming from the windows of a small shack. If you can find the series, take a look – they are wonderful. Also, take a look at my work if you get the chance – it’s always good to get feedback.
I think these might be my favorite set of photos EVER on Boooooom (?!!!) One and three are absolutely amazing. The third is so beautiful!!!! Must. e-mail. photographer. buy. prints!!!
I love the locations of these abandoned houses more than anything.
Amazing. I love the intermingling of destruction and natural beauty.
so interesting! i love the harshflash-on-the-inside-softsunset-on-the-outside look. not something i have really seen in a lot of photos. very cool.
so incredible. Its interesting but these have affected me more then anything Ive seen on booooooom for a while
i know how you feel. i keep coming back to these photos.
i saw this guy speak last year in rochester, funny guy, amazing photographer
these made me breathe funny. i’m going through his archives. thank you jeff.
great pictures man, destruction leads to the creation of amazing pictures!
i really love these photos, one of my new favorite sets. the subjects contradict each other making it really interesting..
wow. 1000 words for sure.
wow. just wow.
cool work, i like it so much
Bought one of your pics from the Isolated Houses series some years back. Love the range of your work and thinking. Been an admirer of the work for a long time.
Are these pictures for insurance claims? I’ve seen loads like of these while processing claims.
Hopefully a joke! If not, you are either a very sad or uncompromising individual!
Does anyone know where these photos were taken?
ZUMA Beach, Malibu, CA
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You’ve gotta try Noah Levenson’s latest project Weird Box. Simply input your Instagram handle, sit back, and enjoy the short film. We previously featured a short that Levenson wrote and produced called Chillr, about an app that connects chill dudes.